Preview Danny Meyer’s Newest Eatery at the Whitney

Untitled, Danny Meyer's casual cafe located within The Whitney Museum, begins dinner service this weekend with a $46, three-course set menu. Get more at

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Untitled's dinner service, which officially kicks-off on Saturday, is served family-style. Sharing is required.
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In the kitchen is Chris Bradley, formerly the executive sous chef at Gramercy Tavern. At Untitled, he makes due with significantly smaller and less tricked-out digs. The kitchen sure wasn't designed by David Rockwell.
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Danny Meyer was on hand to oversee the restaurant's first soft dinner service. Here, he talks strategy and potential tweaks with partner Richard Coraine.
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Reservations for the prix fixe-only dinner are available for Saturday and Sunday nights only and can be booked on Opentable.
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Here's an individual portion of the first course, normally served family-style. This weekend, it was a salad of fingerling potatoes, green beans, and ramps, topped with a ramp vinaigrette.
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Bradley says items will change each week, with some of the major proteins cycling back in over time. You might see this mustard-glazed ham steak again.
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For dessert, a caramelized pound cake that Bradley cooks on a sandwich press, topped with vanilla ice cream and huckleberries.
Untitled's set menu offers three courses plus an amuse for $46.
945 Madison Ave., at 75th St.; 212-570-3670
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