Who’s hungry for filet mignon with a side of oil paint?!
Okay, I’m completely kidding.
But just the other day, as I chomped down on a savory slice of steak at an East Village restaurant, an adoring arrangement of color and design caught my eye.
The ideally-placed painting on the wall took me to a blissful state while my taste buds tingled from the tasty tartar.
It’s official. A museum or gallery is not the only venue to experience the flavor of fine art!
Last summer, The Bare Square highlighted some awesome places to chow down, relax, and soak up some art decor.
This summer, we recommend a few more eatery’s to check out!
For yummy chinese cuisine and a culture warp to China take a trip to NoHo’s Chinatown Brasserie where you’ll be blown away by the large landscape sculptures and oriental-designed panels scattered throughout the restaurant:
To experience a more cozy vibe, visit John’s in the East Village (a personal favorite!) for some old-world Italian bites while admiring exceptional landscape paintings:
Willing to splurge? Reserve a table at the Four Seasons in Manhattan and enjoy their American nouveau delicacies and luxurious seasonal-themed artwork:
With both food and art serving as recipes to nourish the body and soul, what better way to satisfy your cravings than to eat your art out!
- Ava Cotlowitz