Rôtisserie Georgette Opens Next Month; Here’s a Preview Menu

The restaurant's <i>pièce de résistance</i>.
The restaurant's pièce de résistance. Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine

Former Daniel Boulud director of communications Georgette Farkas is almost ready to open the doors on her own restaurant: Rôtisserie Georgette, at 14 East 60th Street, will open to the public the week of November 11. The menu will be a mix of comfort food — salads, four different potato options, and of course roasted organic chicken with a choice of jus — as well as more luxe items like foie gras terrine (or foie-stuffed chicken) and “whole roasts”: an entire baby pig designed to be shared by eight people or a leg of lamb for four. Farkas is still figuring out prices, but entrées will range from $24 to $36. It’s dinner only at first, but lunch service will start in late November. Check out the full menu, straight ahead.

Rotisserie Georgette Menu [PDF]

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