Carne Mare

New York
Steakhouse
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Everywhere You Need to Eat in NYC Right Now

The gist: On those days when you want to go big with a decadent meal—which we are all deserving of right now—head to Carne Mare. This two-story Italian steakhouse in Seaport opened last summer and is the latest restaurant from chef Andrew Carmellini and his NoHo Hospitality Group (Locanda Verde, Bar Primi, The Dutch). With a menu from chef de cuisine Brendan Scott (Lafayette), go for drinks or to eat solo at the ground floor dining room’s gorgeous horseshoe bar, or work your way up the grand spiral staircase to the second floor for banquettes and views of the East River. But no matter where you’re planted, prepare yourself for a full-throttle chophouse experience with an array of steaks and meat along with Italian specialties. The restaurant recently also launched brunch (with a hard-to-miss deal during NYC Restaurant Week) and delivery.
The food: Choose from chophouse snacks like Grilled Oyster; Spicy Crab lettuce cups; and a signature pairing of mozzarella sticks and caviar, in addition to tartare and carpaccio dishes like Yellowfin Tuna, Wagyu Beef, and Spanish Octopus. Salads include the House Wedgini, Tableside Farmer’s, and a Caesar with shaved Parmesan. Steaks and chops include Prime Boneless Ribeye, Pasture-Raised rack of lamb, 30-day Dry- aged tomahawk, 45-day Dry-Aged Porterhouse, wagyu, and a special porchetta-spiced Roast Prime Rib. Additional mains include Italian specialities like Salt-Baked Black Sea Bass in lemon leaves; Milanese cowboy veal chop; Spicy Lobster Spaghetti; and Whole Roast Duck d’Ivan with mustard fruits and roasted potatoes. Pair it with signature cocktails like the Alpino (vodka, blackberry, alpine amaro, limonata) or Verde (Japanese whiskey, vermut, basil).

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New York
Jan 11

10 Reservations Worth Booking for Winter 2022 NYC Restaurant Week

This swanky two-story Italian steakhouse in Seaport opened last summer and is the latest restaurant from chef Andrew Carmellini and his NoHo Hospitality Group (Locanda Verde, Bar Primi, The Dutch). With a menu from chef de cuisine Brendan Scott (Lafayette), go for drinks or to eat solo at the ground floor dining room’s gorgeous horseshoe bar, or work your way up the grand spiral staircase to the second floor for banquettes and views of the East River. But no matter where you’re planted, prepare yourself for a full-throttle chophouse experience.
Special offering: A three-course brunch at $59 per person during the weekend for an appetizer, entree, and dessert. Antipasti include Sicilian cesar salad with egg mimosa; yellowfin tuna tartare with lemon zabaglione; or Spanish octopus carpaccio with crispy pepperoni. Entrees include chop house benedict with smoked salmon; AC’s Famous Prime Rib Sandwich with porcini aioli; pane al latte with whipped ricotta; or steak & eggs for an additional $24. Desserts include sweet cream panna cotta with winter citrus; stracciatella gelato with salted caramel crema; or lemon sorbetto.

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New York
Nov 10, 2021

Mozzarella Sticks Are Getting a Major Glow-Up in NYC

When chef and restaurateur Andrew Carmellini debuted his Italian-style chophouse in Seaport earlier this year, mozzarella sticks were the spot’s unexpected hit. One may not expect the dish to stand out alongside decadent options like a sirloin cured in gorgonzola cheese and a 45-day dry-aged porterhouse steak, but these aren’t just any old mozz sticks. Carne Mare’s version comes a bit oversized for maximum cheese-pull potential and the starring feature is a dollop of caviar resting upon each stick—making it the ultimate high-low food experience.

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