Chef Michael Mina has debuted his first Manhattan restaurant, Bourbon Steak, near the renowned 57th Street/Billionaires’ Row. This marks a return to New York for Mina, who began his illustrious career in the city 35 years ago before gaining fame on the West Coast. His accolades include multiple James Beard Foundation Awards and a Michelin star for his namesake restaurant.

Bourbon Steak, which has locations in cities like Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, brings a blend of high-end dining and classic techniques to its new spot near Central Park. The menu features a raw bar, wood-fired steaks, and a selection of fancified classics. Notable dishes include bacon-wrapped scallops with foie gras emulsion, Mina’s signature tuna tartare, and an extravagant A5 wagyu strip loin from Japan.

The restaurant’s design, by AvroKO, echoes the nearby Central Park with its incorporation of greenery and trees, set within an Art-Deco space. The lounge area, offering a more casual menu and extended hours, complements the fine-dining experience. Bourbon Steak is open daily from noon to 1 a.m., with the lounge offering a happy hour menu from 3 to 5 p.m. Check it out.

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