Here’s what’s on the Secret Meat Room menu at Eleven Madison Park


More details are available on the Secret Meat Room at Eleven Madison Park, the fair weather vegan restaurant recently skewered by New York Times food critic Pete Wells. The private dining room, which Wells previously revealed serves beef tenderloin, apparently also serves roast chicken, lobster, and striped bass, among other optional meat and seafood dishes.

A menu published by Page Six also includes foie gras and sturgeon, a highly endangered species of fish, but a copy of the private dining room’s summer menu provided by the restaurant and reviewed by Eater on Thursday did not include neither of the two dishes. A spokesperson for Eleven Madison Park told Eater that the menu obtained by Page Six has not been served since March 11, 2020 and that the restaurant plans to move to a private vegan dining room by the 1st. January 2022. This decision was taken “before the coverage of this week”, according to the spokesperson.

News of the private meat-filled dining room surfaced earlier this week following a blunt, starless review of Times critic Pete Wells. After drawing comparisons between the restaurant’s $ 335 10-course tasting menu and the taste of the lemon pledge, he reveals that in fact, Eleven Madison Park still serves and buys beef and seafood in his room. private dining.

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New scholarship launched to bring more equity to wine: Fulton St. Fellowship, a new mentorship program launched by Clinton Hill wine store Leon & Son Wine and Spirits has been launched for future black wine scholars. Applications are open until October 31, and successful applicants will have their funding canceled for wine classes (approximately $ 10,000), related travel, access to industry events and other educational opportunities. – Emma Orlow, Eater NY reporter

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Update, 11:50 a.m .: This story has been updated to reflect new information provided by Eleven Madison Park on their private meal menus.

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