Serving Bespoke Ceramics Isn’t as Quaint as You Think
“We wanted to elevate the dine-in experience and show that we’re not just someplace where you grab a bowl and run to the office,” [Dig Inn’s brand director of supply and sustainability] Lanzet said. “They make our food look really beautiful and present what we’re trying to do with food in a really visual way.”
EATER NEW YORK
Holiday Gift Guide 2018
”It’s holiday time, and thus the mad dash for the perfect present begins. Let this list take over for the food lover in your life, with items ideal for everyone from the avid home cook to the restaurant obsessive.”
Best New Restaurants in America, September 2017
"Five more restaurant ceramists we love."
NEW YORK MAGAZINE
The Best of New York Shopping 2017
"Ceramicist Wynne Noble makes much of the understated dinnerware you see at Contra, Momofuku Ko, and Gramercy Tavern, among other restaurants. She’s been honing her craft for decades, rolling and pinching clay slabs..."
French producer of the world’s finest chocolate since 1922,
Valrhona is also home to leading pastry chefs perfecting excellence at 222 Water Street in Dumbo where they continue the tradition using Noble Plateware.
Located in the East Village, Oiji serves updated Korean cuisine, adjusting traditional recipes for the small-plates era, with a little French-style nuance.
102nd Floor of One World Observatory
Three distinct dining options and one incredible view.
"One Mix offers handcrafted small plates and cocktails celebrating New York...inspired by the five boroughs, for an authentic taste of New York. From the chefs, wine connoisseurs and mixologists who call this city home."
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"...featuring the seasonal New American cooking of Chef, Partner and Baltimore native John Creger, best know for his work in Artisanal and Le Cirque. Boasting a novel concept of dining, this modern eatery owned by Ebru Brun in partnership with Creger, will serve a 10 course tasting menu ($65) during the week, and an affordablea la carte menu Friday through Saturday."
(via This Life is Golden)
2015 Holiday Gift Guide
"It can be tricky for craftspersons to scale their business; there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Local artist Wynne Noble seems to have cracked the New York restaurant code though..."
FOOD & WINE MAGAZINE
Plateware: Wynne Noble
Wineglasses: Nouvel Studio
"We first spotted this Brooklyn-based potter's work at some of our favorite NYC restaurants (Contra, Momofuku Ko, Maiden Lane). Now we're smitten with her handmade stoneware designs, which range from plates and platters to pinch bowls ($12) and whimsical textured taco shells ($35)—which happen to be oven and dishwasher safe."