[Sponsored] Step back in time to a 1970s New York steakhouse
Argentinian bar and restaurant San Telmo is turning the heat up this winter when it transforms into a New York steakhouse for one day only.
As part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, they'll host a five-course lunch that'll take you on a trip to the big apple and back. The lunch celebrates the arrival of another slice of NYC arriving in Melbourne by way of the blockbuster exhibition, MoMA at the NGV: 130 Years of Modern Art.
You'll receive a cocktail on arrival before diving into a menu that plays with old-school classics like shrimp cocktails, baked potatoes and creamed spinach. The star, of course, will be the steak, which will be cooked on the Parilla (Argentinian grill) by chef Stephen Clark. Add in a rockin' retro atmosphere, flamboyant surrounds and a specially designed NYC inspired cocktail list by bar manager Josh Boocock (get ready to order a Manhattan or two) and you'll have a long lunch worth splashing out on.