405 East 58th Street
[between First Avenue & Sutton Place]
New York City

Dinner: M-Sun 6:00pm-10:30PM

New American

Wine List
Joseph Scalice has created an extensive award-winning wine list featuring boutique wines from the U.S., smaller commune wines from France, and a choice variety of worldwide boutique selections. Scalice pairs wines by the glass for the Chef's Menus.

Credit Cards
All major credit cards are accepted

Jacket Requested


Number of Rooms

Intimate, romantic atmosphere. The restaurant is housed in an elegant turn-of-the-century New York townhouse off Sutton Place on East 58th Street. There are three dining rooms with a canopied garden for outdoor dining during the warmer months.

The entrance boasts a travertine floor and working fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling mirrors frame a marble-topped Lois XV sidetable. The firs dining room is enriched by teak and English elm burl wainscotting surrounded by 19th-century Florentine botanical prints and banquetts covered in Walter Gropiu fabric from Clarence House. At the center of the main dining room is a Lalique chandelier, flanked on one wall by a Chinese needlepoint tapestry, and on the other, by a turn-of-the-century Parisian Chaltillon ceramic and wood carving. An antique Persian carpet dominates the center of the room. The room is separated from the first dining room by an ornate antique frame and fabric screen. The glass-enclosed rear dining room overlooks the canopied garden.

From a rear door of the restaurant, a staircase descends to a brick-paved garden patio with ivied trellises, and lush flowerbeds filled with seasonal plants and flowering trees. The charming canopied garden below seats an additional 16 diners, and is open from May through October.

Wayne Nish, Chef
Joseph Scalice, Host

Opening Date
August, 1990