White Street Named #2 Best Restaurant In NYC For “Celebrity Sightings”

October 12, 2015

CaptureEveryone loves a good celebrity sighting ( it’s like a seeing a dog walk on it’s hind-legs!) So where are some of the best spots in NYC to run into your favorite celebs? Well, wheretraveler.com  complied a list of the 10 best restaurants to get a glimpse of an A-lister on our little island of Manhattan, and coming in at #2 is none other than White Street. The article writes, “Word has it, over the past year, Eddie Redmayne, Christian Slater, Chelsea Clinton, Gabourey Sidibe, the ladies of The View, and even Madonna have stopped by the elegant eatery” … not to shabby! I’d say if it’s good enough for Madonna it’s good enough for us! Cheers!

White Street Featured on Design & Trend

September 16, 2015
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CaptureWhite Street was featured in an article on Design & Trend entitled “5 Fabulous Reasons to Dine at Tribeca’s Hottest New Restaurant, White Street”. The article highlights the restaurant’s ambiance, look, menu, private rooms and location – which honestly, what else do you need in a restaurant?! The author Meg Busacca writes, White Street brings a refreshing energy to fine dining in downtown Manhattan. The new modern American restaurant is reimagining traditional perceptions of first-class settings and quality cuisine, without the stuffiness or occasional ostentatiousness that comes along with upscale dining.” We won’t argue with her, White Street truly is one of a kind… just ask around.  Read the full article here. 

White Street Restaurant Reviewed by HuffPost Taste

January 30, 2015
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CaptureWhite Street was reviewed in the Huffington Post’s Taste section with the headline “At NYC’s New White Street, Global Cuisine Rules”. The article praises chef Floyd Cardoz for his “wide-ranging flavor palette” and his unique, unparalleled cuisine. The piece states, “It should be obvious by now that these East-West marriages of flavors and textures are quite new, always subtle, never clashing. They are savory and aromatic, dependent on a deft balance that other Indian food around town so often lacks.” Not only is Cardoz’ cooking highlighted but the article comments on the atmosphere and ambiance that enhance the whole experience at White Street. Read the full article here.