…and we’ve got lots to show for it. New additions this week include some bumping and grinding in Times Square, a Parisian escape in Los Angeles’ Culver City and a personal touch from Chef David Hart at Desmond’s.
New Signature: Five-Course Tasting Menu with Pairings at Desmond’s
Chef David Hart has been critically acclaimed for infusing his native London cooking skills into American cuisine. Experience Chef Hart’s magic with our newest Signature, blending the culinary influences of both cultures into a hand-crafted tasting menu. And it gets even better, because each dish will be paired with a top shelf cocktail or exquisite glass of wine to make sure you don’t get parched during the tasting.
New York City’s The Iridium
Want to know how to add some funk to your meal of mouthwatering American specialties? Well, it’s live jazz music, of course. Savored’s newest addition to the Big Apple is The Iridium in Times Square. Book now through Savored and receive that oh-so-wonderful 30% off your entire bill as well as your entry-ticket price. Now that’s music to our ears.
’21′ Club is letting Savored in on a very special occasion. In honor of the anniversary of the start of the prohibition, ’21′ Club is celebrating with Bar ’21′ on Tap, a series of events in ’21′ Club’s swanky (but very relaxing) new lounge, Bar ’21′. This year, gulp down tastings from Brooklyn Brewery, Speakeasy Brewery and Goose Island Brewery. Pick your Brewery and join ’21′ Club on that evening for some exclusive samplings and Chef Greeley’s finger-lickin’ good bar snacks.
Desmond’s of the Upper East Side
Couldn’t get enough of David Hart’s cooking? Well, you don’t have to now that you can wine and dine off their regular dinner menu , and with some pretty big savings attached. Join Desmond’s any night of the week and order plates like beefsteak tomatoes with fresh burrata, seared scallops and confit of pork belly. Feast on their regular menu, or feast on the Signature Tasting menu, or do both.
West Village’s Fatty ‘Cue
The brainchild of one of our favorite restaurant groups, Fatty Crew, this barbecue joint is adding a Malaysian kick to Southern staples. Take your pick from a smorgasbord of unconventional appetizers, such fermented sausage with pretzel dumplings and salted chiles with house-made buffalo milk cheese, and then follow up with a unique twist on a classic favorite, buttermilk fried 1/2 rabbit, marinated in cincalok and served with a green chili-lemon shaker.
Los Angeles’ Meet French Bistro
Savored is getting a little taste of France with this newest Culver City addition. As one of Gayot’s Top 10 LA Bistro Restaurants, it comes as no surprise that this little oasis is well liked for it’s bistro-esque dishes including escargots wrapped in puff pastry, moules frites and a well-stocked cheese selection.
Jai Yun in San Francisco
What’s better than ordering authentic and incredibly fresh Chinese food? In the case of San Francisco’s Jai Yun, having it ordered for you. Here, Chef Nei leaves little room for error when enjoying his cooking by bringing you a daily selection of what he has to offer. With food representing the truest of true in over 20 styles Chinese cooking, Chinatown will feel a lot more like China at Jai Yun.