Summertime in Chelsea just got even more exciting with a new addition to the neighborhood’s iconic High Line. The Golden Hour, a new restaurant experience located at the High Line Hotel, officially opened its doors this past week, allowing guests to enter and enjoy its luxurious nature first-hand.
Golden Hour was conceptualized by the notable restauranteurs Joshua Boissy and Krystof Zizka. The two have garnered a stronghold on the New York restaurant scene with their two prior award-winning establishments, Maison Premiere in Brooklyn and Sauvage in Greenpoint. Together, they have created eateries that have brought guests’ experiences to new levels, and Golden Hour will undoubtedly have the same effect.
The vibe of Golden Hour exudes tropical elements, which will truly make guests feel like they’ve been transported outside of New York City. Greenery surrounds the entire perimeter of the eatery, while the decor promotes the tropical-feel even further. When guests enter the premise, they will instantly notice the bold designs, which include brass tabletops, black-and-white chevron latticed chairs and striped umbrellas. With stellar views of Chelsea and an exclusive location away from the bustling city streets, the Golden Hour experience cannot be beat.
What’s even more exciting are the food and drinks; because good ambiance is nothing without a delectable meal with friends! Guests who head to the Golden Hour are in for a treat to say the least. The menu is flooded with delicious dishes such as grilled shrimp appetizers, lobster rolls, razor clam frittes, and black bass. And that’s just some of the dinner options. Golden hour also offers lunch and brunch menus.
Will Elliott, who heads up the bar area, also dreamed up some amazing cocktails for guests to sip on while they dine. Select from a number of beverages including El Draque, a mixture of cachaça, lime and Yerba buena, and the Pimm’s Golden Cup, a mixture of London gin, ginger and borage served in a golden chalice. The drink menu also features frozen drinks that will not disappoint like a Frozen Negroni and a Blue Kapalua, which blends together rums, fresh pineapple and curaçao.
Golden Hour will be opened Sunday-Thursday from 2-10 PM, and Friday-Saturday from 2-11 PM. Golden Hour will soon add brunch hours.
For more information on Golden Hour or to book reservations, visit thegoldenhournyc.com.
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