The New York Times highlights Harvist, the seasonal American cuisine restaurant at MIST (My Image Studios) Harlem in its Fall Restaurant Preview in today’s paper.
Here are excerpts:
Good food will find some intriguing new pedestals in public destinations like museums and theaters. Marcus Samuelsson is putting his name on the marquee of the cafe at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. Mr. Carmellini will feed the patrons of the Public Theater and Joe’s Pub. My Image Studios, a cultural center and theater in a new Harlem high-rise, will have a restaurant, Harvist. And Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis, who burst onto the scene in 2010 with their ephemeral M. Wells, will unveil a sequel, M. Wells Dinette, in MoMA P.S. 1 in Queens.
HARVIST This restaurant in My Image Studios, a new cultural center in Harlem, will serve Cassandra Quinlan-Ashford’s rustic fare with Southern and Latin-American influences, including skirt steak with salsa verde, chicken and dumplings, and red velvet cake. There will be 130 seats indoors, 75 on a terrace and 36 at the bar. (Late September):My Image Studios, 40 West 116th Street, (646) 688-5886.