What’s good in the ‘hood? Each week, we ask an Attaché for their fave five neighborhood picks.
AMANDA CAPAZZI, ONE MADISON ATTACHÉ
2 Lexington Avenue at East 21st Street
The perfect brunch with a killer view of the park.
What I order: Frittata bianca (egg whites, summer squash, sautéed onions, and parmesan)
Sarabeth’s Park Avenue
31 Park Avenue South at 27th Street
Sarabeth’s brunch and lunch are not to be missed!
What I order: Seafood cobb salad (Maine lobster, crab meat, shrimp, avocado, bacon, egg, tomato, onion, blue cheese)
35 East 18th Street between Broadway and Park Avenue South
The best farm-to-table dinner around.
What I order: Roasted carrot and avocado salad with crunchy seeds, sour cream and citrus to start and one of the seasonal entrées.
1 West 22nd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
My daily nutrient fix.
What I order: Fountain of Youth (young thai coconut water, banana, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, agave, hemp protein, and coconut oil)
Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit
25 East 17th Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue
The perfect sweet treat without the guilt factor, made with fruit and all-natural ingredients.
What I order: The Crunchy Salty (banana & dark chocolate soft serve fruit, banana, pretzels, warm natural peanut butter, melted chocolate)