Hearst's Café 57

Riell, Howard
January 2007
FoodService Director;1/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p54
Trade Publication
The article features the Café 57 restaurant at Hearst Tower in Manhattan, New York. The café was designed by architect Norman Foster. It can hold up to 350 people at a time and serves close to 1,200 people a day. The staff includes two sushi chefs, and regularly prepares a variety of international cuisines. The menu also features stylized recipes reflecting each of Hearst's magazines, such as "Good Housekeeping" and "Redbook." Chefs regularly bring food preparation out into the customer area for special dishes.


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