It's simpler and more Italian-leaning.
It starts June 26.
27-year-old Devin Gonzalez has taken the helm, and they're now doing Sunday brunch.
Many of the classic Southern dishes remain intact, don't worry. But now there's a tasting menu.
Chef Igancio Mattos is out and Taavo Somer is overhauling the menu.
Plus: Veselka throws a fund-raiser for the Lower East Side Girls Club, and more of today's leftovers.
'People wanted the real deal,' says chef Justin Simoneaux of his New Orleans-inspired menu.
And more of today's leftovers.
The bistro menu is available Thursday through Saturday, 5 to 9 p.m.
Also, they'll be adding a course, bringing the tasting menu to nine courses altogether.
The bar is rehashing some of its retired cocktails.
Newly promoted executive chef Emmanuel Eng is behind it all.
A Danish omelette, or perhaps a grilled romaine salad?
Can we interest you in some root beer ribs with caraway spaetzle?
With bacon, cherry-pepper relish, and ShackSauce. We're drooling.
Simple stuff like rotisserie game hen, khao soi, and papaya salad — dishes that won't require disturbing the kitchen as it preps for dinner.
The sugar special runs 65 bucks and is only available in the Salon.
It's the first substantial revision of the list since opening, and now includes spritzers.