Empire State Building Observatory and STATE Grill and Bar Join Forces to Present “Dinner and a View”
The Empire State Building and its recently opened upscale dining destination, STATE Grill and Bar, today announced the launch of the “Dinner and a View” dining experience, available exclusively to visitors of the World’s Most Famous Building.
The new offering allows guests to add on a prix fixe dinner option while purchasing passes to visit the 86th and 102nd floor Observatories fromhttp://www.empirestatebuilding.com.
At $55 per person, the prix fixe menu includes an appetizer, an entrée, a dessert, unlimited fountain soda, coffee or tea, taxes and gratuity. The new offering is valid for dinner from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. from Monday through Saturday. For the complete menu, visit http://bit.ly/1aT1jK9.
“This new package will allow travelers and locals alike the opportunity to pair a fantastic meal at a great value with a trip to one of the city’s ‘must do’ iconic attractions,” said Jean-Yves Ghazi, Director of Empire State Building Observatory. “STATE Grill and Bar has been a fantastic addition to the Empire State Building and we look forward to our guests capping off the visit with dinner at our modern American restaurant.”
At STATE Grill and Bar, Executive Chef Octavio Becerra offers a menu that serves sophisticated American cuisine, taking inspiration from the Empire State and its bounty of market ingredients.
“There is no better way to complete a visit to the Empire State Building than with dinner at STATE Grill and Bar,” said Nick Valenti, restaurateur and CEO of Patina Restaurant Group. “Guests can relax in the modern Art Deco dining room, while watching their meal being prepared in the open kitchen by Chef Becerra.”
For more information, visit stategrillesb.com or http://www.empirestatebuilding.com.