See inside Peak, the 101st-floor restaurant coming to Hudson Yards

Posted On Wed, January 8, 2020 By

Posted On Wed, January 8, 2020 By In hudson yards, Restaurants

Rendering courtesy of Peak

Hudson Yards is already home to restaurants from acclaimed chefs like José Andrés, David Chang, and Thomas Keller. But a new dining option coming to the neighborhood in March will create an even higher standard. The 10,000-square-foot restaurant and bar Peak will sit on the 101st floor of 30 Hudson Yards, the development’s tallest tower. New renderings of the sky-high eatery, first spotted by the New York Post, reveal impressive 360-degree views and chic design scheme.


Rendering courtesy of Peak

Peak, which will occupy the entire 101st-floor, sits one floor above “Edge,” the 1,296-foot tower’s outdoor observation deck, set to be the highest platform of its kind in the West Hemisphere. Both are expected to open in mid-March, with tickets on sale now for the sky deck.

Designed by David Rockwell, Peak will contain a 110-seat dining room, a 45-seat cocktail bar, and a private event space that can hold up to 300 people. Renderings show a large v-shaped bar, lots of marble, oversized windows, and a reflective ceiling.


Rendering courtesy of Peak

Operated by hospitality group RHC, the team behind Hudson Yards’ Wild Ink, Peak will serve dishes organized by “land, sea, or garden,” according to the Post. RHC is the American division of the UK-based company rhubarb. Executive Chef Chris Cryer’s menu will focus on sustainability, reportedly influenced by his relationships with local fishermen and farmers.

According to the restaurant’s teaser website, online reservations will be open starting Feb. 17, ahead of its March 12 opening.

[Via NY Post]

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