May 3, 2012

Celebrate The Arrival of Spring at The Palace Gate

Spring showcases New York City at its best. Warm temperatures stretch on through each evening, allowing for picture-perfect outdoor dining at The Palace Gate, which has now officially opened for the season. Located in The New York Palace’s historic Madison Avenue courtyard, the restaurant serves creative lunch dishes daily and an array of refreshing beverages and delicious small plates each evening.

Spending an afternoon or evening at The Palace Gate is an essential New York City experience. With the gorgeous Neo-Gothic spires of St. Patrick’s Cathedral rising across Madison Avenue and the rich 19th century brownstone of The Palace on either side, the restaurant contrasts forward-thinking food and drink with old New York elegance.

The Palace Gate’s menu of small plates is ideal for an al fresco evening. Order our Mini Soft Shell Crab Tacos for the table, the grilled-to-perfection Wagyu Beef Burger for one, and an Espresso Stout Ice Cream Float to finish things off. Celebrate spring’s arrival with a creative cocktail, such as the smooth and sweet Summer Sunset or the daring Jalapeño Margarita. With eight imported and local beers to choose from, there’s no shortage of imbibing options at The Palace Gate.

In addition to its carefully crafted collection of cocktails, The Palace Gate is proud to announce the addition of an exceptional new wine to its 3,200-vintage list. The Triennes Rosé, a special summer addition to our roster, was personally selected by Patrick Cappiello, Wine Director at GILT. The vintage is harmonious and well-balanced, offering elegant aromas of citrus fruit and melon.

The Triennes Rosé originates in the gently sloping hills of Provence in Southern France. Situated 420 to 450 acres above sea level between the mountain ranges of Monts Aurelien and Sainte Baume, the Triennes Estate enjoys France’s classic warm days and cool nights. The region’s unusually long growing season virtually guarantees consistently ripe fruit with good acidity and great complexity.

The Palace Gate is open from noon to 10pm daily, weather permitting. To learn more about this Midtown Manhattan restaurant and bar, please call 212-891-8100.

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