The McKittrick Hotelwill re-open its popular year-round rooftop hideaway Gallow Green with the annual “Herb Festival” staring April 20th. Weekend brunch service begins on April 28th.
Gallow Green specializes in potent cocktails, signature large format punches and seasonal cuisine for dinner, plus a brunch buffet featuring live music on weekends. The McKittrick’s Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac’h developed the menu with Frenchette team and former Balthazar colleagues Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr.
Steak Tartare, Tuna Crudo, Kale Caesar and Bulgur Wheat Green Salad, to tender Calamari and Fried Cheese Curds with green tomato compote. Pizzas made fresh to order in the rooftop’s wood burning oven, include Vegetable, Meatball, Prosciutto and Cherrystone Clams, as well as Classic, Pepperoni and Margherita. Lobster Rolls, Grilled Octopus with Romesco, Swordfish with saffron aioli, Steak Skewers and a Sandwich Cubano are also available.
Live music by MK Groove and a well-appointed buffet spread, complete with assorted Pastries, croissants, mini cinnamon buns savory breads and candy, as well as Greek Yogurt with Granola and Fresh Fruit. A cold buffet featuring shrimp, quinoa, beet and tomato and mozzarella salads is sure to tempt. The hot buffet features Fried Chicken, Moussaka; an Omelette Station; and Carving Station featuring whole baked Salmon and crispy Suckling Pig. Coffee and tea are included, while Bloody Marys and other brunch cocktails are available to enhance the meal.
Try the seasonal cocktails such as the house signature Sleep No More made with Absolut Elyx vodka, elderflower, pea flower and rosé cider; White Widow, a blend of Hornitos tequila, maté soda and almond liqueur with refreshing grapefruit and Kaffir lime; Honey Pot, Hendrick’s gin, cucumber, honeydew, honey and soda; and Spice Monkey, Toki Japanese whisky, chartreuse and a powerful punch of spices including allspice, curry leaf and chili. Extra fizzy and effervescent Suntory Whisky Toki Highballs are prepared using a special contraption that perfectly chills and dispenses the whisky and soda at the bar.
Outfitted as a Scottish train station hidden amidst lush greenery, Gallow Green is a perfect stop before or after attending a performance at The McKittrick, which is located in close proximity to The High Line, Chelsea, Hudson Yards, Hell’s Kitchen and the Meatpacking District.
Gallow Green will be open for dinner and drinks daily from 5pm, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-4pm. Reservations are recommended for dinner and large groups. Visit www.mckittrickhotel.com/gallow-green for menus and hours.
Gallow Green is located at The McKittrick Hotel at 542 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001. For additional information, visit www.mckittrickhotel.com or call 212-564-1662.
The McKittrick Hotel (@TheMcKittrick) is home of the immersive theater spectacle Sleep No More, year-round rooftop bar Gallow Green, jazz age-inspired speakeasy Manderley Bar and The Heath, a full-service restaurant and performance venue – home of the new storytelling experience Flight through April 20th. The McKittrick is also renowned for elaborate costume parties and one-of-a-kind events, including The McKittrick Masquerades, and regularly hosts intimate live concerts and music festivals.