1004 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10022
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Our menus are the most delicious
"There is an upside to midtown lunch these days: You can do better than a plastic salad bowl or a pre-wrapped, premade sandwich. A lot better. Taking design notes from the “Esquire Party Book,” the Upsider is now serving lunch on weekdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and opening its beautiful, 40-seat wraparound outdoor patio for the warmer spring weather."
Foodandwine.com recently featured the Upsider in an article – 9 GORGEOUS RESTAURANTS WE WANT TO LIVE IN – see below...
"We find interior design inspiration everywhere... in films and on television, in architecture, in magazines, and during our travels. The list goes on. But one place we often find ourselves inspired is restaurants. There are natural similarities between culinary spaces and our homes. Restaurants have dining rooms and bars, sitting areas, coat racks, and bathrooms–if we didn't need a bedroom and a shower, we'd be tempted to move right in!"
Read the full article here – let us know if you'd like to move in too
"You can only go to Peter Luger so many times (you lucky, jaded bastard), before it's time for you to branch out and see other steaks. That time is now, and those other steaks are these ones: NYC's 10 best new pieces of meat"
See Thrilllist's guide to the ten best steaks in NYC including, of course, THE UPSIDER!
"Zachary Lynd has one of those careers that you just can’t help but envy. After earning a master's degree in branding at The School of Visual Arts in New York City, he found himself working for Matteo Bologna, the mastermind behind famed restaurant identities like Pastis, Balthazar, and Schiller's Liquor Bar. For his thesis project, he opened Turf, a Montauk food truck concept that earned praise from Vogue, GQ, and The Wall Street Journal—talk about a grand slam. As you’re about to see, his latest pursuit is equally promising, not to mention delicious."
Read the rest of the article on domiane.com
We're thrilled to be included in thrillist's review '10 New NYC Brunches You Need to Try' – here's what they had to say...
'This recently opened modern American eatery is hitting your early-afternoon brunching sweet spot with goods like avocado toast, eggs Benedict, buttermilk fried chicken (which is totally a breakfast/lunch food if you want it to be, shut up), and a 28-day dry-aged beef with raclette, avocado, and egg.' –Trillist
See the fullarticle at thrillist
"This welcome Midtown East newcomer serves up a burger that starts with Main Street Meat's 28-day aged Angus blend, then tops it with gem lettuce, tomato, onion and raclette cheese ($18). Avocado and an egg can be added for an additional $2 each"
Read the full article on Zagat.