Paris’s Famous Caviar Kaspia Restaurant Brings Rich Food To New York City

Caviar Kaspia

The elegant restaurant, designed by French architect Jacques Grange, will debut at the Mark Hotel in Manhattan this autumn.

Famous Parisian Restaurant Caviar Kaspia in New York City

The typical dishes of the Caviar Kaspia restaurant in Paris are, you guessed it, based on fish eggs, drawing fashionistas and celebrities such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Rihanna. The diner has revealed plans to build a new location in New York City, so lovers will soon be able to indulge without taking international travel.

First launched in 1927 in the eighth arrondissement of Paris, on the Place de la Madeleine, the restaurant renowned for its gastronomy and elegant atmosphere will open its first permanent site in New York City this autumn. It will be located on the hotel’s ground floor, near the intersection of 77th Street and Madison Avenue, and was conceived by French designer Jacques Grange. The restaurant will feature Caviar Kaspia’s trademark twice-baked potato covered with caviar, as well as a variety of other fan favourites, such as pasta with caviar, eggs with caviar, and blinis with salmon and bottarga. After you’ve gotten your fill, you may browse at the boutique for delicacies and presents.

Caviar Kaspia has recently hosted various pop-ups throughout France, London, Monte Carlo, Courchevel, and even New York. Following the recent inauguration of locations in Dubai and Sao Paulo, this will be its fourth permanent presence. There are also plans to open offices in London and Los Angeles.

Caviar Kaspia to Join The Mark Hotel’s Signature Restaurant

The Mark Hotel, which also debuted in 1927, has long been a favourite because of its sweeping views of Central Park, opulent rooms, and gourmet cuisine prepared by internationally renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Caviar Kaspia will join the hotel’s main restaurant, which is recognized for basic all-day eating choices such as pizza, burgers, and salads, and the Mark Bar, which was designed by Grange and furnished with custom-made furniture by Guy de Rougemont and Vladimir Kagan.

Can’t wait for autumn to satisfy your roe craving? Don’t fret. In November, Caviar Russe inaugurated a new raw bar, cocktail lounge, and store at its Madison Avenue location. The classy facility offers imported caviar from a small-batch farm in Germany and supplies vintages from Dom Perignon, Krug, and Ruinart, as well as wines, to complement the indulgent meal. And if you’d want to brush up on your caviar expertise before Caviar Kasipa arrives, check out this article in which Michelin-starred chefs Eric Ripert and Jean Georges inform us.



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