Alan Batt

Robert, Museum of Arts and Design, New York City

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Make a point to reserve a window seat at Robert in advance, as the biggest selling point is the entrancing view of Columbus Circle and Central Park below. Live jazz during dinner and Sunday brunch amplifies the romantic mood, as does the design: orchid-pink hues, cushioned furniture, and light and video installations. Food is sophisticated contemporary American, such as chorizo and potato encrusted halibut and braised pork tenderloin and pork belly with rhubarb purée. Order another round of elderflower cocktails; you won’t want to leave.

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Robert, Museum of Arts and Design, New York City

Make a point to reserve a window seat at Robert in advance, as the biggest selling point is the entrancing view of Columbus Circle and Central Park below. Live jazz during dinner and Sunday brunch amplifies the romantic mood, as does the design: orchid-pink hues, cushioned furniture, and light and video installations. Food is sophisticated contemporary American, such as chorizo and potato encrusted halibut and braised pork tenderloin and pork belly with rhubarb purée. Order another round of elderflower cocktails; you won’t want to leave.

Alan Batt

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