Soup inspired by fine art
“With the Tiffany-inspired menu, we’re taking seasonal ingredients with bright colors that resemble stained glass,” says Sous Chef Justin Paponetti. For the first course, Tiffany-inspired soup, a creamy puree of cauliflower and potato is hit with white wine, herbs and pomegranate, and “sumac oil lightens it up, along with tons of citrus,” Paponetti says.
Fresh catch inspired by 1900s glass
The Tiffany fish dish, an Atlantic farm-raised redfish that’s pan-seared and crusted in coriander and fennel rub, is served with salsify puree, that dimensional quality Katz refers to.
Cheers to art!
“Some of Tiffany’s work is a lot of floral and it’s so great,” says the café’s Chef Jose “Joe” Perez. The signature cocktail is vodka infused with lavender simple syrup and finished with crème de violet.
Art’s sweet side
Pomegranate provides the pop of color on this wintery dessert that’s full of hope for spring.
Almost too pretty to eat
These stained-glass cookies take three days to make, with a process involving see-through mirror glaze perfectly placed inside “windowpanes” of frosting.