GILT Restaurant’s Christopher Day Reviewed by The Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The following is being issued by Qorvis Communications:
Christopher Day, Director of GILT Restaurant at The New York Palace Hotel, was featured in an article about his large and varied tea collection in The Wall Street Journal.
Alice Feiring of The Wall Street Journal applauded Day’s tea selection which is similar in quality to the restaurant’s renowned wine collection. She also wrote about the personal tea service guests receive and the positive effects it has had on the Michelin starred restaurant. The restaurant now owns over 68 different teas and will arrange tastings of up to 24 different teas.
Feiring wrote about Day’s history and knowledge of teas. She commented that GILT “may have the most personalized service and point of view — many of the restaurant’s teas are served up in Day’s own collection of rare pots.”
GILT is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan in The New York Palace Hotel. It features a wine list with great vintages of the world and an innovative New American menu. GILT’s 52-seat dining room offers three- and five-course prix fixe menus or a grand seven-course tasting menu. GILT bar provides a vibrant area to enjoy a signature cocktail or lighter fare from its eclectic lounge menu.
SOURCE Qorvis Communications