GO PUBLIC IN NEW YORK CITY
Call it Kiwi fusion. Tucked away on Elizabeth Street in New York's SoHo district, Public restaurant constantly surprises with an eclectic menu based on the imagination of the restaurant's New Zealander chef. Try the Roast New Zealand Venison Loin or the Pan Seared Tasmanian Sea Trout. On any given day there is some new creation to savor and like the clientele, the awards have been quick to gather. The entire menu mixes unique herb and spice combinations with meats, fish and even vegetables. While it is known for its selection of wines, Public's drink menu also shows a flair for creativity. Indeed, drink it all in while enjoying the minimalist decor with rustic brick walls and candlelight.
210 Elizabeth St.
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New York, NY 10012
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