Almond Restaurant: Golden Palate® “Farm to Table” in NYC and Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY!

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Citrus cured tuna is made with arugula, spicy radishes, pancetta and Meyer lemon dressing.

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Homemade Agnolotti!…stuffed with charred eggplant with a #pikefarm tomato sauce, @alexnieto09 spun mozzarella, @unionsqmarket silver corn, and then we hit it up with some micro greens from our peeps @goodwaterfarms.

Almond, an American bistro located in New York City’s bustling Flatiron District, with a second location in beautiful Bridgehampton, Long Island combines the best of rustic French cuisine in a casually elegant atmosphere. Co-owner and Executive Chef Jason Weiner offers a menu of accessible dishes that put local, seasonal, market-fresh ingredients center stage.

In 2001, Jason Weiner and Eric Lemonides opened Almond, which quickly became the “un-Hamptons” restaurant the Hamptons needed, featuring fresh, straightforward, locally sourced, seasonally inspired French-American bistro cuisine. Almond is a favorite for locals, celebrities, tourists, and fellow restaurateurs and has garnered accolades from the New York Times, Newsday, and Wine Spectator. Jason began his culinary career in San Francisco, where he worked with Michael Mina. Eric Lemonides grew up in Brooklyn into a family of restaurant owners, where he learned the business as a child. He later moved to San Francisco, where he managed Piemonte Ovest. He returned to New York to oversee Dellafemina in East Hampton and later F. Illi Ponte in Tribeca, as well as several of his own restaurants until teaming up with childhood friend Jason Weiner to open Almond. Almond proudly supports local growers and features them on their website.
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Soft Shell Crab special this summer!

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Classic Almond dishes include Steamed Black Mussels with Shallots and White Wine and Roast Chicken with Hand-Crushed Potatoes and Natural Jus, while a list of plats du jour range from Roasted Whole Fish and red Wattle Porkchop to Rack of Lamb.

The thoughtful wine list, handpicked by co-owner Eric Lemonides, offers an affordable selection of wines by the glass or bottle from regions across Long Island, France and California. A specialty cocktail list, New York state craft beer selection, and raw bar selections are all available at the restaurant’s spacious 20-seat bar.

Private dining spaces are perfect for larger parties and the European-style billiards room adds to the restaurants charm.

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The Bridgehampton dining room (above)

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Peach Salad: @unionsqmarket grilled peaches, @brooklyngrange greens, and prosciutto.

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@sea2table grilled Arctic Char, macerated @unionsqmarket tomatoes, and rosemary bread sticks.

Almond has been awarded the Fred Bollaci Enterprises Golden Palate® Certificate of Excellence–go enjoy and bon appetit!

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Almond Restaurant

NYC- Flatiron

12 East 22nd St.

New York, NY
Broadway & 5th Ave

212.228.7557

 

Bridgehampton

1 Ocean Rd.

Bridgehampton, NY 11932
631.537.5665

Also check out their new Zigmund’s Bar for live music, food, crafted cocktails, piano, pool table, and more!

203 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike
Bridgehampton, NY

Open Daily Starting at 5PM, Call: 631.919.5340

About Fred Bollaci

I'm CEO and President of Fred Bollaci Enterprises. I lost more than 100 pounds while living "La Dolce Vita" and I'm now known as "The Healthy Gourmet." Sample the good life with me through fitness, fine food, and good wine. Meet chefs who cater to a healthy gourmet lifestyle through my Golden Palate blog.
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