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MICHAEL’S RESTAURANT LAUNCHES NEW BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER MENUS

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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The fact that breakfast, lunch, and dinner is served Monday through Saturday at the legendary Michael’s New York will take on an entirely new meaning this week for diners.

Today, the renowned restaurant– popular among a-list crowds for delicious food and fine wine, casual yet impeccable service and rooms filled with modern art treasures– will introduce new breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus for the first time since opening twenty four years ago.

Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan at 24 West 55th Street and renowned for developing classic contemporary cuisine that is constantly evolving, Michael’s is the perfect venue for large and small celebrations, business meetings and pre and post-theater dinners. The new menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner will encourage sharing through a variety of smaller plates, allowing the flexibility to mix and match dishes and create unique combinations and tastes.

Why the sudden change? Because, concludes owner Michael McCarty, “many people just aren’t eating traditional three-course meals anymore,”. His executive chef, Kyung Up Lim adds, “we are excited to debut the new menus and all that they have to offer. [The menus] will give diners the opportunity to get a taste of everything that’s new and exciting, while still enjoying irresistible Michael’s classics”.

There is no question that Michael’s is the place to be for a power lunch or decadent dinner on a typical basis; but, this week especially, it is the restaurant on everyone’s agenda.

Stop by Michael’s to sample something off of their new menus and tell us what your favorites are in the comments below!

— written by Sara Penchina
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