$100 Steak Gets A Makeover

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Colicchio & Sons opened Monday, January 18. A sign on a day of peace and perhaps inclinations for better times ahead or at least an adjustment to the times of now from this Craftsteak revamp on 10th Avenue in Chelsea.

Colicchio on closing Craftsteak, “people aren’t really coming out for $100 steaks.”

The new menu, ranging from $12-40, has many dishes inspired by the 32-seat private dining experience of Tom: Tuesday Dinner. The philosophy of small-batch fare and farm-fresh ingredients is prevalent in the revamp. Menu preview: white bean agnolotti with pork belly, octopus, and chorizo vinaigrette; rabbit with Carolina red beans and braised fennel. Enjoy frosty beers, raw bar, wood-fired pizza, and roasted meats in the front part of the restaurant (AKA Tap Room).

The restaurant is offering a fifteen percent discount on food during the preview period, which will last several weeks.

Colicchio & Sons is located at 85 10th Ave. (at 16th St.), New York, NY 10011.

Via: Eater NY

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