Best of 2011: The Lambs Club, Cuisine at the Crossroads of the World

Best of 2011: The Lambs Club, Cuisine at the Crossroads of the World

Celebrated Food Network Chef Geoffrey Zakarian imbues this lavish bar and grill with the midcentury glamour of the original Lambs Club, a gathering spot for Broadway royalty. Cocktails are cooled with hand-carved ice, and the wine list focuses on hallmark bottles from America and France.

Destination Bottles:

Viuex Chateau Certan 1986 (Pomerol)
Ronchi di Cialla 1997 Schioppettino (Colli Orientali Friuli-Venezia)
Jacques Prieur 1996 Corton-Charlemagne

The focus of the wine program is to represent the world’s diversity of styles while still keying in on French and American hallmarks and regions— wines that are truly representative of their sense of place.

The Lambs Club is located in a landmarked Stanford White Building that was home to America’s first professional theater club, The Lambs. Members included Fred Astaire, Charlie Chaplin, Milton Berle and Irving Berlin. The building underwent a $100 million renovation by renowned architect Thierry Despont.

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For more New York City restaurants, visit ABC Kitchen, Adour, A Voce, Casa Mono, Daniel, Del PostoEleven Madison ParkGILT, Gramercy Tavern, Le BernardinJean Georges, Minetta Tavern, Marea, Per SePicholine, Sho Shaun Hergatt and Veritas.
Published on July 1, 2011
Topics: Best RestaurantsNew York City