500 York Avenue (corner of 62nd Street) New York, NY 10065
TO START House Made Italian Sausage in the Blanket “Bacon” and Scallion Potato Croquettes, Chipotle Aioli Fried Artichokes, Lemon Aioli Tuna Sliders, Basil and Garlic, Sun Dried Tomato Mayonnaise Long Island Duck Sliders, Sweet and Spur Sauce, Scallions Marinated Heirloom Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Olives, Dill, Lemon and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Dry Sliced Bresaola and Melon, Flor de Sel Arugula Salad, Shaved Fennel, Orange Supremes, Olives, Grape Tomatoes, Pine Nuts, Red Wine Oregano Vinaigrette
FOR THE MAIN The Bentley Rack, 5 Bone Rib Rack, Sweet and Spicy Korean Marinade The Bentley Burger, 12 oz Black Angus Patty, Crisp “Bacon”, Sun Dried Tomato Mayonnaise, Arugula, on a Brioche Bun, served wit Fries, and a Pickle Chicken Parmesan, Crisp Cutlet Baked with San Marzano Tomato Sauce and “Mozzarella” Veal Scallopini, Sauteed with, Breseala, Organic Spinach, Capers, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Lemon and White Wine Steak Frites, Grilled Prime Rib Eye, Horseradish Sauce, French Fries Italian Cured Meat Panini Pressed Sandwich, Arugula, Basil, Portobello Mushroom, Served with Fries and a Pickle Our Selection of Market Fish, Simply Grilled and Served with Lemon, Capers, Scallions and Extra Virgin Olive Oil
-St.Pierre-Tasmanian Sea Trout- Red Snapper
information about Prime at the Bentley Hotel Rooftop
Hours Power Breakfast: Daily 7:00am-10:30am
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10:30pm;
Saturday - 1.5 hours after sundown - 2:00am
Cuisine: Modern American /Sushi Avg. Check: $40-$50 Attire: Casual Neat
Succah On Succot: Yes Nine Days Menu: Yes Open for Pesach: Yes
RESERVATIONS Highly Recommended (not taken for Succos) CREDIT CARDS All major
Giving the Upper East Side a Bentley you're actually allowed into: Prime. The two-floor, rooftop-equipped penthouse pop-up gives the feeling that you're in some glamorous NY-based movie that you can't quite remember the name of, but definitely isn't Crocodile Dundee, thanks to dangling orb chandeliers, gilded chairs, fractured mirrors for super-good luck, and massive floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the East River and Queensboro Bridge.
The eclectic menu's entirely kosher, but goes well beyond delicious matzoh while splitting into sea- and land-based choices. The latter counts unique sushi rolls with an Italian touch like the seared salmon w/ sun-dried tomato & truffle teriyaki sauce, as well as antipasti plates like toro tartare w/ wasabi olive oil, and lemon mustard aioli-topped, mirin-cured Irish "bio-salmon", which was presumably harvested from the Pauly Shores.
Meanwhile, earth-eats come in the form of housemade Italian sausages in a blanket, fried artichokes w/ lemon aioli, Long Island duck sliders, and ribs w/ spicy Korean marinade known as the Bentley Rack, which is definitely allowed into the luxury cars in the UES. Photos and article courtesy of the The Thrillest.
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More on the Prime at the Bentley Hotel:
Capacity: 2 level seating, 200 indoor, 80 outdoor
Best For: Sun down happy hour drinks, romantic and casual dinners, parties
Rooftop Dining: 360 Degrees of breathtaking city and river views with indoor and outdoor seating
Chef Favorites: The Bentley Rack with Sweet and Spicy Korean Marinade or the Sunrise Seared Salmon Truffle Roll with Sundried Tomato, Avocado and Truffle Teriyaki Sauce