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Untitled (at the Whitney Museum)
American Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30AM–10PM
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Whitney Museum 99 Gansevoort St New York, NY 10014
Whitney Museum, 99 Gansevoort StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$$American RestaurantToday 11:30AM–10PM
Friday 11:30AM–10PMSaturday 11AM–10PMSunday 11AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PM
Untitled is a new restaurant from Chef Michael Anthony of Gramercy Tavern, located in the Whitney Museum of American Art's new Renzo Piano-designed building in the Meatpacking District. Light-filled and airy, adjacent to the High Line park and the Hudson River, Untitled is inspired by the seasons and the creative environment of the world-class museum that it calls home. Untitled is open for lunch, brunch, and dinner, with a ground floor entrance on Gansevoort Street.
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Restaurant at the Whitney Museum with floor-to-ceiling windows, a long bar & seasonal American fare.- Google
"We had flat bread pizza with bacon and fresh okra, amazing."
"A little Jazz art work always cheers me up!"
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Derrick Damions
a month ago
Tucked under The Whitney Museum of American Art is the sleek, cantilevered and airy eatery "Untitled" of New American cuisine. My first course was Charred cauliflower on a glaze of cardamon custard, drizzle of lemon zest and a tease of olive oil, perfect. Fettuccine with a hint of bacon, swirls of cabbage and a balanced white cheddar sauce that highlighted the pasta. The pastry chief Miro creates some of the most contrasted yet balanced desserts I've had in years. Enjoy!
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Jackie Gordon Singing Chef
5 months ago
Love the space! I've had lunch and dinner here and they both been good. The food is very clean and flavorful. The portions may be a little small, but that may be because they're trying to help me eat healthy and lighter. Lol! The service has always been efficient and friendly, if not always gracious.
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Muhammad Javed
7 months ago
Went on a Sunday evening. Zero wait time. Even tough the head chef was not there his staff did not disappoint us at all. Tried their roasted and fried chicken, fabulous . We Also had their Tile fish and Smoked Arctic Char, plates were bang on taste and presentation. Ended with Lemon Verbena Pie(Must Have dessert) . Great ambiance , indoor or outdoors. Staff friendly and knowledgable. Walk the high line after your meal, Must try.
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Lorie Napolitano
2 months ago
Inventive veggie-focused menu. Don't miss the quinoa salad or cauliflower three ways.
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David Bledin
4 months ago
Fantastic. Perfect lunch. Minimalist room, delicious veggie starters, and the fried chicken salad was superb. Even the desserts were great, especially the cookie and the banana praline cake.
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Lee Munson
5 months ago
It’s an ace café by museum standards. While the menu is vegetable based, it was a bit ironic that only 4 dishes didn’t have animal products in it. Then the waitress came back and reduced that to three – they just love to put butter on everything. While the limited menu wasn’t a deal breaker, the portion sizes were tiny to say the least. I don’t mind a small plate, but for all the fuss and high cost, I need to eat. The bottom line: Untitled is a great place for a few plant based dishes after visiting the Whitney, but it’s not a standout due to small dishes for the price.
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Christine Graziano
8 months ago
Gorgeous dining experience at the Whitney museum. Danny Meyers does not disappoint. Floor to ceiling windows allows for envious onlookers to admire your comestible treats. Perfect place to bring mom and dad after an afternoon looking at art. 🐰🍯
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Dave Casto
7 months ago
Visited the Whitney Museum last week and after spending 2 hours touring the galleries, decided to have lunch on the main floor at Untitled. Waited 45 minutes in the lobby for a table. Had to check back with the host a couple of times since we never received the promised text for our table. We were seated outside, in front of the restaurant, not in the dining room, with no explanation or offer to sit inside or out. The menu is edited down to 3 or four ingredients, only, with no mention of the preparation of the dish. I order the Sea scallops, tomatoes, watermelon gazpacho at $15.00, iced tea, and the Artichoke fettuccine dishes at $24.00. Nothing was outstanding and the portions were very small. To my surprise, the gazpacho arrived in a mostly empty bowl, with a swath of tomato / fruit puree that barely covered the bottom of the bowl, along with 5 of the very thinest slices peach and 3 thin slices of scallop. Basically , one scallop sliced into 3 cross section pieces. On top of that, the scallop was raw/uncooked, which was not listed in the menu or explained by the waiter, when I ordered. I was not happy with having raw seafood served in my soup. I found the staff to be pre-occupied and too busy to focus on us, from the time we were seated, as we ordered our food, or for the rest of our meal. We ran out of beverages, no one checked back to see if our meals were acceptable, the waiter never returned until we asked someone else for our check/tab. Such a pity, when the venue and opportunity to provide a relaxing, enjoyable meal, in a terrific setting, is ruined by employees who are too busy to take care of the customers and the owners cannot provide a suitable menu to describe the dishes being served. The lack of attention to details and the inability to communicate or accommodate the customer is lacking in service here. Very disappointed!
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