Fashion & food on Fifth Avenue

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

A fashionable feast takes on a new meaning at Armani/Ristorante 5th Avenue. Just in time for summer, the restaurant has debuted Executive Chef Roberto Deiaco’s new menu that is full of fresh flavors from the season’s bounty–but of course, with innovation and a touch of tradition from Milan.

In true Italian form, besides lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers Aperitivo, Monday through Saturday (5-8pm) serving complimentary bites prepared by Chef Deiaco with the purchase of each cocktail. Who can pass up fried ravioli or fried olives stuffed with veal (or fried anything for that matter) with a glass of wine (Italian, French and American are offered) or a cocktail?

The great Giorgio Armani collaborated with innovative architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas to design this 5,200-square-foot restaurant and bar–conveniently located in the heart of the world premiere shopping on Fifth Avenue.

Based on Armani’s simple yet elegant aesthetic, the restaurant offers an authentic Italian meal in the most fashionable setting.



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