Bacchanal, the New Kid on a Block of Bowery

Bacchanal, the New Kid on a Block of Bowery

As a New York City writer covering all there is to see and do in The City That Never Sleeps, I get invited to a lot of events—which means I normally sample offerings at the city’s newest eateries. On Monday, I traveled downtown to Bacchanal—a new kid on the block of Bowery between Broome and Grand streets, which offers hearty New American cuisine—as it was the venue for an event celebrating the collaboration between Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte and Yes Way Rosé, the brainchild of bffs Erica Blumenthal and Nikki Huganir, which specializes in the highly sought after bubbly beverage.

As I mentioned earlier, I often try cuisine from some of the city’s most notable establishments when I attend events, but, rarely, do I think to myself: “I must come back for dinner. Immediately.” Bacchanal changed all that. The restaurant’s bite-size morsels of its Thanksgiving offerings paired nicely with a few creative cocktails from Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte. After noshing on flavorful foie gras stuffing fritters; sweet potato tarts—with marshmallow and maple syrup, naturally; mini squash soup; Brussels sprout lollipops; and turkey meatballs with cranberry sauce and gravy, I immediately looked up the restaurant’s menu on my phone before I even left, and I plan to have some of the entrée-sized versions of the above when I head there for Thanksgiving. Check out the menu here.

 

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