January 17th – 19th: 7:00pm & 9:00pm
7 courses / complimentary pairings / $75
Experience a unique and intimate meal that fuses modern techniques and homestyle food culminated through the shared vision of a professional chef and home cook. Located at Bowery and Delancey in the Old Bowery Station, guests will be served a progressive tasting menu in a warm, familial setting. Reservations are limited to 20 seatings per night.
Gregg and Sarah met while working on a food project in Los Angeles. They discovered a shared vision for a unique dining experience fusing the technique and attention to detail of fine food with the more casual and intimate atmosphere of homestyle entertaining.
Chef Gregg Drusinsky has been working in kitchens since the age of 15. He received his bachelors’ degree in Restaurant Management at UMASS and later attended The French Culinary Institute. He spent years working for Mario Batali at Casa Mono and Lupa and then went on to work with Jean Georges and Eric Ripert as the Saucier at Le Bernardin. Most recently, he was a Chef-Instructor at The International Culinary Center. Gregg has cooked and traveled in Thailand, Spain, and Italy. His cooking style is a culmination of his past experiences, integrating progressive technique with classic flavor combinations and always paying homage to the ingredients.
Homecook, Sarah Ashley Schiear puts a delicious twist on classic homestyle preparations. She is a home chef and lifestyle curator with a true passion for cooking and entertaining. She believes that good food is an inspirational experience to be shared and enjoyed. You can learn more about her and her food on her website, bysarahashley.com.
A sample tasting menu below, subject to daily changes.
Mozzarella, Caviar, Lemon-marinara
Shaved Scallop, Frisee, Radish
Baby Kale Salad
Crispy Cauliflower, Satsuma, Castelvetrano
Whole Wheat Pasta
Buckwheat noodle, Guanciale, Egg, Brussel sprouts
Baby Cuttlefish, Razor Clam, Blue Shrimp, Mussel Jus
Steak and Onions
Butcher Steak, Cippolini, Beurre Rouge
Apologies, we cannot accomodate any substitutions or vegetarian options.
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