Eleven Madison Park, considered one of the finest restaurants in the world, will be almost entirely vegan starting next month.
Considered one of the best restaurants in both New York City and the world, Eleven Madison Park will be completely meatless and almost entirely vegan starting in June.
The restaurant, located at 24th Street and Madison Avenue, will reopen in-person service June 10 with what the website described as “an eight to ten course menu in the main dining room consisting of entirely plant-based dishes.”
Chef and owner Daniel Humm told the Wall Street Journal that the restaurant will still allow milk and honey for coffee and tea, meaning it won’t be completely vegan.
“If Eleven Madison Park is truly at the forefront of dining and culinary innovation, to me it’s crystal clear that this is the only place to go next,” Humm told the Journal in an interview published Monday.
Eleven Madison Park holds three Michelin stars, four stars from the New York Times, seven James Beard awards and a 2017 honor as the best restaurant in the world.