The Beekman, a historic 1991 property in downtown Manhattan, has recently been restored to it’s full and former glory. The architectural treasure, one of the last of its kind in the city, boasts an extraordinary nine-storey Victorian atrium- capped with a skylight, of course - and some of the best food around. James Beard Award winners Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally helm the multiple kitchens, which includes a French-style bistro, an opulent, classic restaurant, and breath-taking bar. For visitors to the city, the location couldn’t be better, surrounded by iconic structures like the Brooklyn Bridge, the Woolworth Building and One World Trade. If rain threatens your visit, it’s fine - they’ve got one of the best private art collections we know of, so you don’t even have to leave the building to get a taste of la belle vie.
For more information and to make a reservation, check out www.thebeekman.com