Don’t panic—the creamed spinach is still there.
But the boys down in our Meat Analysis Division seem to think you’re running short on one ingredient:
A gentle breeze.
Cue the outdoor steakhouse...
Introducing the STK Rooftop, an open-air porterhouse perch where you’ll consume red meat and scotch a full 25 feet directly above the High Line, opening Friday.
At this point, you’re probably a bit shocked. First, that a chophouse club like STK hadn’t already airlifted its curved banquettes onto the veranda. And second, that there was a single unoccupied roof left in the MPD.
Still, you’ll approach this 200-seat, sun-exposed deck party much as you would any other lounge in the area... except with a slightly larger appetite. Because in addition to a porchful of low-slung couches, carefully mixed Manhattans and a bird’s-eye view of the High Line, there’s a massive flat-top grill up here that’ll be searing the steakhouse equivalent of alfresco fare.
Which, in case you haven’t already deduced for yourself, is basically just a fancy way of saying that things like the barbecued skewers are lavishly staked with Maine lobster and cowboy rib eye.
By lavishly, of course, we mean recklessly.