The restaurant that changes with the seasons
When autumn turns to winter out in the street, the same thing happens inside the restaurant Park Avenue Winter in New York. Located right in the heart of Manhattan, the establishment undergoes a transformation as it adapts to reflect the unique moods of each of the four seasons. The leaves and deep orange shades of melancholic autumn give way to sober and elegant décor, which emphasises the stark bareness of nature and the characteristic points of light of the coldest season.
The menu includes hot dishes, such as pumpkin ravioli with hazelnuts, pecorino and pickled cranberries, or New Zealand salmon with pecan nuts and smoked miso. If you would like to dine in a wintry atmosphere, make sure you go before 21 March, the first day of spring, after which date the restaurant will turn into Park Avenue Spring.