The Citiblog

NYC Spring Openings and Easter specials
March 31, 2021, 7:02.48 pm ET


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Eleven Madison Park
Eleven Madison Park offers a limited-availability, bountiful Eleven Madison Home Spring Lamb Dinner spread for pick-up Thurs/April 1 through Sun/April 4. A Lamb Rack centerpiece is accompanied by ready-to-eat sides such as snow pea salad, spring garlic custard, bibb lettuce with sprouts and caraway crumble, a strawberry tart for dessert and chocolate hazelnut granola for the day after. EMP donates ten meals per dinner set purchased to New Yorkers in need through their partnership with Rethink Food. Pick-ups take place at Eleven Madison Park between 12-2pm or various pick-up locations throughout the tri-state area including Westchester, the Hamptons, New Jersey and more at designated times. $395/meal set (serves 4ppl). Order here.

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The Standard, High Line
Book a room at The Standard, High Line in NYC’s Meatpacking district from 3/28 to 4/9 with code HOPSTUFF, and there’ll be three eggs hidden throughout your room with all types of goodies inside. We’re talking sweets, toys, drink tickets and more. Get your hands on a rare golden egg and you could land yourself a free night at The Standard, High Line or up to $50 for drinking and dining around the hotel. Promotion applies to all room types, only during the above dates.

The Standard Biergarten
On Sunday, April 4th at 8pm, the Standard Biergarten will host a special Naughty Bunny Bingo at Not Your Standard Bingo, with games, bunny-themed costumes and an array of colorful shots for guests to win as they hunt for numbers on their bingo cards. Enjoy specialty cocktails, punch bowls, and bingo bites including Korean Fried Chicken, Shrimp Spring Rolls, Fish Tacos and more. $50 minimum per person, reservations are encouraged and can be made here.

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Aldo Sohm Wine Bar
Aldo Sohm Wine Bar reopens - celebrated wine director/partner Aldo Sohm and his lively crew of sommeliers are back in action with indoor seating and outdoor imbibing on the terrace. Menu favorites such as “The Tower” with charcuterie and cheeses as well as a variety of Tarte Flambée are available. Hours: Mon-Fri, 4-11pm. Reservations (recommended) by phone or Resy.

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COTE Korean Steakhouse
Starting this Easter, COTE will be adding several spring dishes to their dine-in menu, including scallops and lamb chops, which will be available throughout the season. Those looking to grill at home can order a Goldbelly Spring Feast for national shipping.