According to

Roosevelt Island isn’t typically at the top of many must-do lists for NYC.
Even locals hardly ever make it to the island, which is often confused with
Randall’s Island or Governor’s Island (both seeming to be more popular)….

… affords 360-degree unobstructed views of Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, with the lush green tip of Roosevelt Island in the foreground and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge looming on one side….

 and the menu is:

… inspired by the space’s surrounding water, and an impressive raw bar
with sustainability in mind will be a big part of the Panorama Room
experience. “The caviar that we’re going to use is sourced from one place in
Italy on a national reserve with sustainable practices, and their eggs are
very special,” says Harper. Fresh pastas, a Wagyu steak, and a unique uni
panna cotta created by Harper are also on the menu….

… For the cocktail program, Bossy was inspired by the forgottenness of
Roosevelt Island: She created a cocktail menu of updated forgotten drinks,
like a lychee martini, espresso martini, and Long Island Iced Tea, which are
served in specially sourced Italian and Swedish glassware…. 

Click here for the full Vogue article. 

More on the Panorma Room at this previous post and on the Graduate Hotel Anything At All ground floor restaurant here.


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