Mercer Kitchen Soho

Mercer Kitchen Soho

The Mercer Hotel 99 Prince Street New York, NY 10012 966-5454 WEBSITE Menus Hours Located at the Mercer hotel, Mercer Kitchen brings a chic, sophisticated vibe to the heart of SoHo. When Mercer Kitchen opened in 1998, it immediately became a destination for New Yorkers, celebrities, and tourists. Situated in the basement of a historic building constructed in the 1800s, the restaurant was designed by Christian Liaigre as a combination of industrial and classic modernism. Exposed brick walls, long banquettes, and candlelit sconces give the place a timelessly stylish, sexy, fun ambiance. Mercer Kitchen was one of the first restaurants in New York City to have a communal table, which remains popular to this day. Chef Jean-Georges’ American menu features market-driven, seasonal ingredients prepared in a simple yet elegant style, with favorites like the Tuna Spring Roll, Steamed Shrimp Salad, wood-fired pizzas, and classic Warm Valrhona Chocolate Cake. There is an open kitchen, where guests can sit back and watch the show. A casual café upstairs serves breakfast and lunch, and transforms into an exciting bar/lounge at night.
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Mercer Kitchen Soho

(THE MERCER) KITCHEN The Mercer Kitchen, located on two levels of The Mercer, is an open, inviting and informal 200 seat restaurant with world renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the helm.The atmosphere of dining in a casual family kitchen is created by communal dining tables and a spacious open kitchen plan. The Mercer Kitchen is comprised of a 40 seat street-level cafe adjacent to the hotel lobby, and a 160 seat lower level main dining room that lies beneath Soho’s signature cast iron and glass sidewalks, with original brick walls, rich wenge-wood furnishings, banquettes and bar area seating.
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Mercer Kitchen Soho

Located at the Mercer hotel, Mercer Kitchen brings a chic, sophisticated vibe to the heart of SoHo. When Mercer Kitchen opened in 1998, it immediately became a destination for New Yorkers, celebrities, and tourists. Situated in the basement of a historic building constructed in the 1800s, the restaurant was designed by Christian Liaigre as a combination of industrial and classic modernism. Exposed brick walls, long banquettes, and candlelit sconces give the place a timelessly stylish, sexy, fun ambiance. Mercer Kitchen was one of the first restaurants in New York City to have a communal table, which remains popular to this day. Chef Jean-Georges’ American menu features market-driven, seasonal ingredients prepared in a simple yet elegant style, with favorites like the Tuna Spring Roll, Steamed Shrimp Salad, wood-fired pizzas, and classic Warm Valrhona Chocolate Cake. There is an open kitchen, where guests can sit back and watch the show. A casual café upstairs serves breakfast and lunch, and transforms into an exciting bar/lounge at night.
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Mercer Kitchen Soho

(THE HOTEL) The Mercer is Soho’s foremost luxury hotel, offering 75 guest rooms on six floors of a landmark Romanesque revival building in one of New York’s most exclusive neighborhoods. The first hotel to offer an authentic taste of loft living, The Mercer is both home and hotel.Sister hotel to Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont, The Mercer bespeaks elegance, subtlety and intimacy. An all-encompassing philosophy of distinction extends to every detail. At The Mercer, we regard every staff member as our guests’ personal concierge and the front desk as their private secretary-an impeccable level of service that only a small luxury hotel can provide. Print Hotel Information
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Mercer Kitchen Soho

The Mercer Kitchen, located on two levels of The Mercer, is an open, inviting and informal 200 seat restaurant with world renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the helm.The atmosphere of dining in a casual family kitchen is created by communal dining tables and a spacious open kitchen plan. The Mercer Kitchen is comprised of a 40 seat street-level cafe adjacent to the hotel lobby, and a 160 seat lower level main dining room that lies beneath Soho’s signature cast iron and glass sidewalks, with original brick walls, rich wenge-wood furnishings, banquettes and bar area seating.

Mercer Kitchen Soho

Mercer Kitchen Soho
Mercer Kitchen Soho