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General Assembly Opens Tonight in Former Hurricane Club Space

Black sea bass with avocado, snow peas, and shiitakes.

Black sea bass with avocado, snow peas, and shiitakes.Photo: Liz Clayman

Tonight, Michael Stillman and the Fourth Wall Restaurant Group — the team behind Smith & Wollensky and Quality Meats — are opening a new spot in the former Hurricane Club space. Chef Craig Koketsu, a veteran of Park Avenue and Quality Meats, will helm the kitchen, while Bryan Schneider, formerly of Clover Club, will make cocktails. The menu includes lentil-crusted skate wings, maitake mushrooms with tomato butter, and a range of flavored ├ęclairs, and there's even a traditional fondue-like raclette service for one, complete with roasted potatoes and cured meats. AvroKo designed the 170-seat space, which includes a custom-made chandelier, a 20-foot oak bar, and hand-stenciled wood floors throughout. Take a look at the space and some of the dishes, straight ahead.

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Celery-root-and-apple salad with almond butter and date molasses.Photo: Liz Clayman


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Yellowtail with a grapefruit-elderflower nage.Photo: Liz Clayman


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Assortment of ├ęclairs.Photo: Liz Clayman


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House burger topped with Landaff cheddar.Photo: Liz Clayman


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Hen of the Woods mushrooms with tomato butter.Photo: Liz Clayman


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The Road to Jericho is made with pomegranate molasses and is served in a copper cup.Photo: Liz Clayman


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The Arnold Collins is made with vodka, tea, and Meyer lemon foam.Photo: Liz Clayman


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Seats 170.Photo: Liz Clayman


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20-foot bar.Photo: Liz Clayman

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General Assembly, 360 Park Ave. South, 212-951-7111


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