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Dinner at Seamstress Will Offer More Than Just Fuel for Drinking

The house burger is made of mutton, plus there pistachio soup, and a raw bar.

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Cocktail spot Seamstress is doing a test run for friends and family over the next few days and will officially open on February 12, just in time for those who hate Valentine's day to get a couple of drinks in before the madness of Black Saturday starts. To help keep those drinks from Pam Wiznitzer and The Gilroy boys down is a menu from Duck's Eatery's Will Horowitz. Sticking with the place's theme, options are broken up into "needlework," "woven together," and "main seams," plus a small raw selection. The menu is new American-ish with some southern leanings, and lots of smoked, cured, and pickled touches. Dishes range from a pistachio and pumpkin seed soup with peekytoe crab to a house mutton burger made with triple creme, buttermilk fermented carrots, fennel fronds, and fried rosemary.

  Seamstress Opening Menu

Seamstress

339 East 75th Street, Manhattan, NY 10021 (212) 288-8033 Visit Website

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