Must go restaurants in NYC: The Wayfarer luxury experience | Best Design Projects

 

 

The Wayfarer is a bi-level American seafood grill located on the bustling corner of 57th street and 6th avenue just below Central Park.

We, from Best Design Projects Blog, already been there and we would like to share part of our experience.

They shared with us that Crafted by Executive Chef Braden Reardon, the diverse artisanal menu focuses on locally sourced sustainable fresh fish and shellfish. The menu is complimented by custom cocktails created by award-winning mixologist Christian Sanders of Evelyn Drinkery.

 

The Wayfarer’s comfortable dining and lounging areas intermingle with effortless style, influenced by classic 19th century New York with touches of the 70′s era and modern art installations.

 

 

A suspension lamp choice to The Walfarer restaurante has Neil from Deligthfull, with round arcs and spherical diffusers it is reminiscent of the golden years of space exploration in the 60’s. It has 8 arms with adjustable lights creating a versatile piece.

Like we can see at The Wayfarer website, a partnership between Eric Marx and Lisle Richards of The Metric and Jimmy Haber of ESquared Hospitality, The Wayfarer delivers luxury hospitality service and refinement that welcomes diverse global communities and New Yorkers alike.

 

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