If you thought NYC’s dining couldn’t get any better, think again! Enjoy dinner underneath a floral ceiling at Temple Court on Ten.
A wisteria-embellished ceiling located inside the West Terrace of the Beekman Hotel (which was previously only used for private events) is one of NYC’s most stunning indoor dining experiences yet.
Operating as a continuation of Tom Colicchio’s limited offered rooftop dining, the restaurant is nothing short of dreamy! Prepare to be swept up in a purple haze as you indulge in four astonishing courses.
Each course uses ingredients like local meats, sustainable seafood, and incredible in-season produce. Some dinner highlights include glazed lobster, scallop tartare, pekin duck breast over coals, braised short rib, and their Meyer lemon tart.
Temple Court not only specializes in fine dining, but offers a plethora of sophisticated cocktails such as 6PM IN OSAKA with Haku Vodka, Cocchi di Torino, Passionfruit, Saffron, Orgeat, Grenadine, and Lemon, or the ROBERT BURNS including Scotch, Cachaça, Sage-Lime Cordial, Turmeric, and Egg White.
Masks and temperature checks are required upon entry and all tables will be distanced six feet apart to follow CDC guidelines. Reservations can be made on their website as the restaurant is open every evening from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
featured image source: Facebook/ Temple Court