What to Eat at Enduro, a New Midtown Restaurant From the Owner of Junior’s

Mac and cheese + soft-serve cheesecake = power lunch.

Mac and cheese + soft-serve cheesecake = power lunch.Photo: Melissa Hom

Alan Rosen, the third-generation owner of Junior's, is creating his own legacy: He's teaming up with chef Nathan Huntington (of the three-Michelin-starred L2O in Chicago) to open a midtown restaurant. The name is a nod to Rosen's grandfather, who operated Enduro restaurants in the twenties, but there's no traditional cheesecake on the menu — only soft-serve cheesecake with graham-cracker ice cream. Enduro is stacked with a French rotisserie, bread oven, and a six-foot open grill, which Huntington will use to cook American dishes like rib eye for two, veal meatball marinara, and linguini with clams. August 26 is the official opening date, and Enduro will be open seven days a week for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Check out the menus and a few of the dishes, straight ahead.


Red-snapper ceviche, lime, parsley, olive oil.Photo: Melissa Hom


Kale and barley salad, king oyster mushroom.Photo: Melissa Hom


Diver scallop, lemon butter, green asparagus.Photo: Melissa Hom


Roasted cauliflower.Photo: Melissa Hom


Whole roasted red snapper with Thai chili sauce.Photo: Melissa Hom


Cherry clafoutis.Photo: Melissa Hom


The restaurant seats 170 people.Photo: Melissa Hom


In case you're dying to sit outside in midtown.Photo: Melissa Hom

Lunch [PDF]
Dinner [PDF]
Dessert [PDF]

Enduro, 919 Third Ave., at 56th St.; 212-935-6800


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