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This July, Rockefeller Center will debut Dine at Radio Park, a new summer dining series taking place at Radio Park, the beautiful 24,000 square ft rooftop and greenspace above Radio City Music Hall (typically not open to the public).
The event will take place over four weeks in July. Among the chefs participating is James Beard Award Winner JJ Johnson who operates FIELDTRIP at Rockefeller Center. Johnson will debut an elevated menu of Caribbean soul food, featuring never-before-seen dishes that pull from JJ’s heritage and global culinary experiences. Menu highlights include Chopped Cheese Empanada, Rotisserie BBQ Chicken with crushed herb and tamarind BBQ sauce, and Crispy Snapper Coconut Curry with clams, mussels, snap peas and string beans. JJ's offers an a la carte menu for lunch ($50/person minimum spend) and a prix fixe menu for dinner ($85/person).
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Chef Homer Murray will also serve a prix fixe menu of playful and seasonal yet elevated takes on American summer picnic classics (aka, and not your mom's potato salad). Homer’s pop-up concept is grounded in the spirit of his beloved Brooklyn restaurant, 21 Greenpoint, which will make its official Manhattan debut later this summer as part of Rockefeller Center’s reimagined Rink Level. Reservations are available for $90/person.
Dine at Radio Park is open Fridays - Sundays in July, featuring picnic-style meals and drinks from 11am to 9pm. JJ Johnson will be in residence on the weekends of July 8 and July 15, with 21 Greenpoint taking over the weekends of July 22 and July 29. Reservations are available via Resy.
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