SEASONAL AMERICAN CUISINE
CLASSIC FLAVORS RE-IMAGINED
CLASSIC FLAVORS RE-IMAGINED
PLEASE NOTE: We will be closed the following dates for private events:
March 21, 2019
April 6, 2019
call (646) 370-3045 from 12p–6p monday–saturday, or make a reservation online above.
monday-saturday, open at 6:00 pm, last seating at 9:30. bar open until 11.
sutton inn is located at 347 E 54th Street between 1st & 2nd avenues
e/m at lexington ave/53rd street
4/5/6 at lexington ave/59th street
executive chef scott grewe got his start cooking at age 14 in his hometown of sarasota, florida. he attended culinary school in west palm beach. since then he has worked at some of new york city's best restaurants, including jean-georges and charlie palmer's aureole. scott's many years of experience in renowned fine dining restaurants led him to become executive chef at sutton inn. since opening in november of 2014 sutton inn has earned three open table diner's choice awards for best american restaurant in manhattan. sutton inn has received the 2017 michelin guide recommended rating.
all the team members of sutton inn are motivated to do their best work regardless of tips, just like employees of most other industries. the no tipping policy creates teamwork and allows servers to enjoy the same dynamic that other professional environments offer.
sutton inn is recommended by the michelin guide.
"this charming american bistro flies a bit under the radar, but has all the things you'd want in a neighborhood restaurant. it's exceptionally quaint and cozy; the guests are friendly and often local; and the vibe is perfectly laid-back. and while the space is decidedly unflashy, the refined dishes showcase a delicious interplay between quality ingredients and the notable talents of the kitchen. kick things off with a mouthwatering bowl of chilled corn soup, served sweet and creamy and garnished with roasted poblano peppers, gouda, pico de gallo, and fresh cilantro. then move on to a lovely fillet of bluefish, roasted to crispy-outside-and-tender-inside perfection, and served over nutty wild rice with snap pea slivers and a mild green curry emulsion."
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sutton inn has been awarded the diner's choice award for the third time.
chef scott grewe was included in a roundup of millennial chefs redefining cooking.
recipe: baby kale salad with roasted root vegetables, cranberries, and aged gouda.
a simple salad highlighting fall flavors. get the recipe here>
for the month of november sutton inn is offering a seasonal wild game menu. wine and cider pairings are available. truffles shaved at cost.
sutton inn's olive oil poached salmon is one of gotham's favorite things they ate in april.