At Stephen Starr’s Veronika, the Lowest-Cost Entrees Stun as Much as the Opulent Space
Stephen Starr’s borscht-slinging Veronika is an objectively opulent restaurant. In the grand dining room, located on the second floor of the Fotografiska museum on Park Avenue South, one will encounter multi-tiered brass chandeliers, leather chairs, 20-foot ceilings, cushy blue banquettes, indulgent French and Eastern European fare from chef Robert Aikens, and good osetra caviar. Spending a lot of money here is not difficult.
But for such a posh venue, patrons can also still get in and out for a fair price, all while sampling some of Veronika’s marquee dishes, including the squirty comfort classic that is chicken Kiev. In fact, there’s such a wide range of prices that those who order frugally can save more than $100 than those who don’t. That’s prime territory for the second edition of Value Option.
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Restaurant Verōnika at Fotografiska Museum opens from Stephen Starr
Verōnika, a new restaurant at the recently-opened, Fotografiska Museum, premieres to the public today in Flatiron. The concept comes from celebrity restaurateur Stephen Starr who runs New York heavy-hitters such as Le Coucou, Pastis, La Mercerie and Buddakan (among others).
The menu will be led by Executive Chef Robert Aikens, who, prior to this, worked for Starr and his Philadelphia spot, The Dandelion, as well as the Rainbow Room.
Read more via TimeOut New York, here.
Stephen Starr’s Latest Is a Grand European-Style Brasserie in a Sleek New Museum
Hit restaurateur Stephen Starr today debuts his newest New York City restaurant. Verōnika — inside new Gramercy photography museum Fotografiska at 281 Park Avenue South at 22nd Street — is a lushly decorated, high-ceilinged restaurant inspired by grand European cafes.
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Head to Stephen Starr’s newest restaurant.
’Tis the season for chicken Kiev. The butter-stuffed, breaded chicken filet is on the menu at restless restaurateur Stephen Starr’s new Verōnika at Fotografiska, which opens on January 3 in the New York location of the Stockholm-based photography museum.
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V at Fotografiska
Located in the masterfully restored cathedral adjacent to Fotografiska New York, V at Fotografiska is warm and welcoming by day, and by night transforms into a scintillating cocktail lounge that provides a versatile component to Verōnika, much like the sophisticated salons that once populated London, Paris, and Vienna.
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Verōnika at Fotografiska Comes Into Focus
This restaurant, whose name is inspired by the patron saint of photography, is set to open at a new Swedish photography center and museum in the Flatiron district.
Read more via The New York Times, here.
Roman and Williams imbues an impressionistic glow on Veronika at Fotografiska
The succinct stretch of Park Avenue South in Manhattan does not lack for well-heeled eateries, yet few can hold a candle to the neighbourhood’s newest addition, Verōnika at Fotografiska. The latest opening from Stephen Starr, the restaurant – named after the patron saint of photography – is housed on the second floor of the new Fotografiska New York, the Big Apple outpost (and the first in the US) of the Stockholm-based centre for photography.
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Stay Up Late At Fotografiska New York To Traverse The Wide World Of Photography
The space also includes Verōnika, a restaurant and bar designed by Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors, operated by STARR Restaurants, as well as a light-filled sixth-floor event and programming space, and a first-floor bar and lounge called V at Fotografiska slated to open next month with the potential for use as additional programming space. Verōnika’s executive chef Robert Aikens will create a pan-European menu sampling cuisines of northern France, Austria, and Eastern Europe, in an effort to promote seasonality and sustainability.
Read more via Forbes, here.
Fotografiska Makes Its New York Debut in a Historic Landmark Building
Whether you drop in to see the exhibitions, to grab an elegant bite on the second floor at Stephen Starr’s highly anticipated new restaurant, Verōnika, designed by Roman and Williams, or to merely catch a glimpse of the photographic projections against the building late one night, Fotografiska offers much to discover and enjoy.
Read more via Architectural Digest, here.
Stephen Starr’s ‘Grand European Cafe’ Opens in a Photography Museum
More details are out on big-time restaurateur Stephen Starr’s restaurant inside upcoming Stockholm-based photography museum Fotografiska. The museum is opening its first U.S. location in Flatiron this year with a grand European cafe from Starr — the guy behind restaurants like Le Coucou, Buddakan, and Upland — that will be called Verōnika, named after the patron saint of photography.
Read more via Eater, here.
Stephen Starr’s Chic New Restaurant Will Be Like a Photo Museum in a Photo Museum
News broke earlier this year that the mega-restaurateur behind Le Coucou, Upland, Morimoto, Buddakan, and more had a project on the horizon in New York City. It would be modeled after a classic European grand café, with chef Robert Aikens (previously of The Dandelion and Rainbow Room) heading up the kitchen.
Read more via Food & Wine, here.