Today, American Cut Made Its Formal Debut in NYC's Midtown
Today, March 23rd, LDV Hospitality's American Cut made its formal debut in Midtown! The second location of this fine art deco-inspired steak restaurant is now located in the historic Lombardy Hotel on 109 East 56th Street. Enhancing the neighborhood’s flourishing dining scene, this steak classic pays homage to New York City’s haute cuisine in its nostalgic yet modern charm.
“Midtown represents the epicenter of New York City, and thus some might argue, the world,” noted John Meadow, Founder and President of LDV Hospitality. “It’s an exciting time in the neighborhood in respects to dining and we couldn’t be more thrilled to open our doors.”
The menu by Chef Marc Forgione alludes to the notion of vintage elegance and sophistication, as viewed from the eyes of today’s fast-paced society. Two of the restaurant’s signature dishes are: the delightful and savory Chili Lobster and the lean, flavorful Tomahawk Rib-Eye. A crowd favorite is also the Flaming Bone Marrow Butter, which is prepared tableside – for the show.
Soon launching their deliciously luxurious lunch service in Midtown, American Cut has adapted its menu to fit our daytime cravings. This fine surprise will include a three-course prix-fixe, as well as a wide selection of a la carte offerings ranging from sandwiches and large salads to a dedicated grilled fish section. The 36-seat bar and lounge area offers an endless variety of craft cocktails where one can find everything from refreshing seasonal mixes to strong all-time classics. The whiskey game is especially strong. Behind the bar is a gorgeous private wine room, ideal for late night business meetings or lavish social outings. The vino selection is varied but hold an emphasis on American producers – because of course.
Apart from great food, the newest American Cut location is designed in perfect opulence. In collaboration with Chris Sheffield of SLDesign, the 6,000 square foot, 130-seat dining room holds an air of 70’s glam rock and vintage Miami art deco, fitting in perfectly with the rich history of the Lombardy.
Go take a bite of American Cut’s juicy dishes and a sip of their boozy concoctions. We’ll see you there.