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Industry Kitchen x The Tuck Room



Industry Kitchen, the “New-American” restaurant with great water views in the South Street Seaport has been transformed into a cozy holiday chalet this season. Garlands with glistening ornaments wrap around the ceilings and decorated wreaths hang along the glass doors facing the river. Guests are welcomed by twinkling white lights covering the overhead canopy, life-size reindeer families on the terrace, snow-flocked Christmas trees, and two giant nutcrackers lining the entryway. Indulge in new holiday dishes like the Gingernut Pizza, with a ginger crust, eggnog frosting, spicy pecans, candy canes, and sprinkles, and festive cocktails like the spiked hot chocolate with Nutella and dark chocolate to warm your souls.

After dinner, walk up the block to The Tuck Room located inside the iPic Theater for an intimate nightcap. This sultry hideaway has quite the extensive (and expensive) cocktail list. Choose from drinks like the Elephant In The Room made with cherry-infused Evan Williams black label bourbon with the option to upgrade the liquor to Elijah Craig, a small batch and house-made cherry liqueur, for an extra $3. If large format cocktails are your thing, The Tuck Room offers single, pint bottle, and punch bowl size cocktail portions to take things up a notch.

Dinner, Drinks
Refined, Classy

Industry Kitchen

70 South Street, Manhattan

idk tip: If you’re really looking to indulge, don’t miss the 24K pizza with white stilton cheese, foie gras, Ossetra caviar, truffles, and 24K gold leaves.

industry kitchen nyc
Credit: Industry Kitchen

The Tuck Room

11 Fulton Street, Manhattan

idk tip: Enjoy Happy Hour from 4-7PM with $5 draft beers, $7 cocktails and $7-10 wine by the glass, or be sure to inquire about their nitrogen bottle service, for a treat.

the tuck room nyc
Credit: New York Times