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I first discovered Bedford & Co. quite accidentally when I got invited to the Historic Hotels Of America press luncheon there. Inside the historic Hotel Renwick at 118 East 40th Street–which is a member of the Hilton Curios Group and once home to F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck and other famous writers–this dimly lit restaurant has a loft look with minimalist seating including black leather banquettes. There is repurposed wood paneling on both the walls and the ceilings. There is a long bar with the cutest lounge area in all in of midtown Manhattan right in front of it, not far from the check in desk. The lounge features Warhol art including one of his famous lithographs of Debbie Harry, arty black and white photographs and a cool faux zebra throw rug. The crowd is a young one and many sit and eat at the wood bar.
Enjoy a prix fixe dinner from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Bedford & Co. inside The Renwick Hotel for $125. Those looking to keep the party going (and hide from any haters) can stay for the masquerade party that includes an open bar, a live DJ, passed canapés and specialty cocktails. And for those looking to really ball out can purchase the Ultimate VIP Party for up to 20 people, complete with bottle service, private food, a dedicated cocktail server and more.
Saturday, October 28th from 9pm to 1am
4-hour Open Bar, 4-hour Open Buffet
Join Bedford and Co. for a roaring Halloween party in your best Gatsby costume!
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“The granny smith is like a slice of fall in a glass using autumn flavors such as red jacket apple juice, mizu shochu, Calvados, and cinnamon.” —Tommy Warren, head bartender
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Summer is all about breaking out the grill. But beyond the typical burgers and hot dogs, vegetables are also perfect for adding into the mix. Instead of just looking at standbys like corn and tomatoes, you can cook almost anything on a grill.
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When Chef John DeLucie traveled to Argentina, he noticed that all the grilled meats had incredibly robust, smoky flavor. Investigation turned up a simple explanation—everyone was cooking on wood-fired grills—and the inspiration for his new Manhattan restaurant Bedford & Co. Here, DeLucie explains how to get fantastic wood-grilled flavor in your own back yard.