Sam Tell isn't just the one-stop shop for all the foodservice supplies and equipment a restaurant needs. It's also your source for insights into the restaurant industry.
Every month, we shine the spotlight on a handful of Sam Tell clients to celebrate their success and share what makes them special in our seasonal roundup. Take a look at this season's selections below:
Crown Shy makes Thrillist list of Best NYC Restaurants.
Opening earlier this year, Crown Shy has already made a name for itself as one of the best restaurants in New York for short ribs. Beyond this specialty, though, the Financial District eatery offers its patrons a wide selection of lunch, dinner and dessert options complemented by an expansive list of cocktails. These tasty factors combined with the spacious and airy beauty of the restaurant make it little wonder that Crown Shy was recently listed as one of NYC's best restaurants by food and travel media outlet Thrillist.
Stop by to find out for yourself that Crown Shy is by no means shy when it comes to flavor.
The Award-Winning Tastes of Tops Diner Continue to Delight Nearly 80 Years Later.
New York City may get a lot of attention for its food but there's no denying New Jersey as the Diner Capital of the World. In this category, few are held in higher regard than Tops Diner. Founded in 1942, this Sam Tell client is still going strong and was even ranked one of the Best Diners in America by Time Out Magazine.
Tops Diner is the perfect spot for any fan of classic diner favorites or eateries with rich histories.
The International Fusion of Flavors at Wild Ink Keeps Customers Coming Back.
Drawing from his experiences cooking around the world, Executive Chef Peter Jin has developed a menu for Wild Ink that combines flavors and traditions from vast corners of the globe. This fine dining experience, which opened in April, is right at home in its Hudson Yards location, known for its luxury shopping, hotels and restaurants.
Visit Wild Ink soon for a dining experience that's both deliciously familiar and excitingly unique.
Hutong opens in Midtown to rave reviews.
Fans of Northern Chinese cuisine are rejoicing following the grand opening of Hutong in Midtown New York City earlier this month. Hutong, owned by the parent company Aqua, is actually the third of its name around the world, with one in Hong Kong and a second in London. Now, the cuisine that has been delighting patrons of its other locations is here in the US, all prepared and served with the finest supplies from Sam Tell.
Try their roast duck and dim sum, but don’t forget to make a reservation as Hutong is sure to become one of NYC’s most popular dining experiences.
La Pecora Bianca continues to charm guests.
If you’re looking for delicious Italian fare, look no further than Sam Tell client La Pecora Bianca. With locations in NoMad and Midtown NYC, the chefs of La Pecora Bianca are on a mission to give guests an authentic dining experience, complete with signature pasta dishes made with local ingredients to ensure the richest flavors.
Visit La Pecora Bianca for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner to find out for yourself what has patrons saying, Bravo!
Tavern on the Green rated one of America's best restaurants for outdoor dining.
Summer is a time for enjoying the warm and pleasant weather, especially while enjoying a meal! To help diners across the country, the online reservation platform OpenTable released a list of the 100 Best Al Fresco Restaurants in America. The 2019 edition of this list included Tavern on the Green, the Central Park restaurant and longtime Sam Tell client that has been an icon of the Manhattan dining scene since 1934.
Its spacious, outdoor seating and fresh ingredients make Tavern on the Green the perfect spot to enjoy the flavors of summer.