The Pitch & Fork is Serving Gastropub Delights in NYC

Staff Writer
Standout fare includes ribs, burgers and croquettes

The Pitch & Fork

The grilled St. Louis ribs are marinated in a Jagermeister barbecue sauce.

Gastropubs seem to be all the rage lately and The Pitch & Fork is no exception. Brought to you by Jacques Ouari of Jacques Brasserie, the gastropub and cocktail lounge impresses tough palates with its top notch eats. Chef Stephen Putnam has many hearty, meaty dishes on the menu, none of which disappoint. Favorites include Devils on Horseback, an appetizer comprised of blue cheese stuffed dates wrapped in bacon, Grilled St. Louis Ribs, marinated in a Jagermeister barbecue sauce, and Gruyere Croquettes, to start. Entrees also put up a fight for your attention with selections including Braised Lamb Shank, Lamb Shepherds Pie and The P&F Burger. The side dishes add to the meal with options like barbecued onion rings, truffle fries and smoked gouda mashed potatoes.

With such hearty options on the menu, it's surprising that you can even fit anything to drink in your stomach, but the cocktails at The Pitch & Fork are almost as equally impressive as the food. Signature cocktails range from The Pitch & Fork, made with gin, simple syrup, lemon juice, berries and champagne, to Once Daily, made with apple brandy, Bacardi dark rum, ginger liquor, simple syrup and Fernet Branca. The bar also has a lengthy wine list to keep you satisfied. 

The Pitch & Fork also has a number of specials, including 2-for-1 Happy Hour Sunday through Thursday from 5-7pm and 10-12am, as well as Friday and Saturday from 10-12am. Stop by early for dinner between 5 and 6:30pm to enjoy their two course prix fixe available for just $20.13 every day. Weekends also bring you Pitch Madness, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 4pm and includes 5 brunch cocktails with any brunch item for just $29. If you aren't hankering to head over the The Pitch & Fork by now, you must be crazy. 

 

 

 

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