The Harrow New York
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Take a stroll along down tenth avenue and you’ll spot glass-fronted eatery, The Harrow (it’s the one with the cappuccino-shade awning). The decor is smart-casual, where soft lighting illuminates the various shades of brown on the walls.
Part of the dining scene within Hell’s Kitchen, the spot promotes local, seasonal and sustainable food sources which makes up a lot of their menu.The vibe here is American but innovative and globally-influenced. Think: house-made lobster and potato pierogi with tarragon sour cream and truffle butter ($28), crowd-favorite octopus bolognese ($26) and pistachio semifreddo ($10).
Heading to a show? You can also grab a bite from the pre-theatre prix-fixe menu ($42 per person) or enjoy brunch which includes everything from smoked salmon eggs benedict ($17) to toasted coconut french toast with pineapple vanilla syrup and mascarpone ($15). Happy hour runs from Monday-Friday from 4pm-7pm.
HAPPY HOUR: MON - FRI 4PM - 7PM
The Harrow New York was named after the agricultural tool used to cultivate the surface of the soil. The name, which evokes farmland and nature, embodies our passion for fresh, seasonal food that’s sustainably grown and responsibly farmed. We strive to provide you with the freshest and highest quality produce, sourced, as much as possible, from local farms in the Tri-state area.