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Let’s Brunch with Lambs, Zakarian launches a new menu

Friday, June 6, 2014
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“Let’s Brunch” is the most common weekend dilemma for any New Yorker. We recommend checking out Geoffrey Zakarian’s The Lambs Club, where a new Bossa Nova Brunch menu will launch tomorrow. The restaurant is noted for its lush interiors and Chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s vision of Modern American cuisine; previously Zakarian tenured at Le Cirque under Chef Alain Sailhac and went on to work at The Dorchester, the 21 Club and the Royalton to name just a few of the fine establishments he has worked with.


The inaugural brunch menu will feature some of the newest epicurean delights at their landmark building on 132 West 44th Street at The Chatwal Hotel. Enjoy a delectable menu of Charred Ramp Toast with Ricotta with Chopped Almonds, Honey and Chili or Egg White Frittata with Spring Garlic, Goat Cheese and Niçoise Olives all while listening to live music. Brunch commences at 11am to 3pm. A notable libation that we are dying to try is their brand new Lobster “Fra Diavolo” Bloody Mary, which will be offered with a tray of pickles, radishes, chanterelles mushrooms, green asparagus and carrots.


The Lambs Club - Lobster Bloody Mary2 LR


AVENUE Insider Tip: For those of you deciding to visit The Lambs Club tomorrow you are in for a special surprise, you may be the lucky one who finds a pair of tickert to the Tony-nominated play “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder”, which will be placed at random in a lucky diners bill.


 


The Lambs Club


132 West 44th Street


New York, NY 10036


212.997.5262


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