Eleven Madison Park, The NoMad Announce Thanksgiving Menus

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Eleven Madison Park's Thanksgiving menu includes Black Angus beef with red wine braised shallots and seared foie gras.

Feel like spending Thanksgiving dinner at one of New York City's hottest restaurants? Both Eleven Madison Park and The NoMad, run by Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, have finalized their Thanksgiving menus, and here they are:

At Eleven Madison Park, which will seat guests from noon to 8:30 p.m., the $195 per person meal will include foie gras with maple and wood sorrel, heirloom beets with horseradish and rye crumble, organic turkey with butternut squash and chestnut stuffing, Black Angus beef with red wine braised shallots and seared foie gras, and tilefish poached with matsutakes, broccoli rabe, and garlic. Sides will include potato mousseline, red wine braised cabbage, cranberry chutney, Brussels sprouts with bacon, parsnip écrasé, and baked sweet potatoes, and apple with hibiscus and bay will be served for dessert. Reservations can be made by calling (212) 889-0905 or by reserving on OpenTable.

Up at The NoMad, they’ll be seating guests from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and the meal will cost $135 per person, or $65 for children. On that menu is foie gras with pear, licorice, and red wine; white truffle and Parmesan risotto; bone marrow-encrusted beef with short ribs and sweet potato; chicken with black truffle, brioche, and foie gras stuffing; and turkey. Sides include buttermilk and brown butter mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts with bacon and shallots, acorn squash with maple and pumpkin seeds, chestnut stuffing with turkey sausage and sage; roasted parsnips with crème fraîche and parsley, and sweet potato custard with maple ice cream, gingerbread, and chestnuts will be served for dessert. Reservations can be made by calling (347) 427-5660 or by reserving on OpenTable.

In other news, chef James Kent, who started as a cook at Eleven Madison Park in 2007, has been promoted to the role of executive chef at The NoMad. Replacing him as chef de cuisine at Eleven Madison Park will be chef Chris Flint, who’s been with the restaurant since 2008, and current chef de cuisine at The NoMad, Abram Bissell, will be leaving the restaurant at the end of the year.

 

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