SOURCE: Artisanal Fromagerie

November 19, 2015 07:38 ET

Artisanal Fromagerie Bistro Celebrates Thanksgiving With Special Five Course Prix Fixe Menu and Gourmet Gift Basket

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 19, 2015) - Murray Hill's temple to wine and cheese will open its doors for a special Thanksgiving Day feast. Prepared by brand-new Executive Chef John Creger, this five course tasting menu is filled with traditional favorites and will be available for $85pp all day Thursday, November 26, 2015.

For the first course, Artisanal will offer your choice of either Pumpkin Velouté or Acorn Squash Ravioli to start followed by either a Foie Gras Torchon or Smoked Trout Salad for a second course. The fish course offers diners the choice between either a Halibut or Salmon. For those looking for a traditional Thanksgiving meal, Artisanal will offer diners an Amish Roasted Turkey served with chorizo cornbread stuffing, autumn vegetables and a cranberry ginger coulis. For those looking to break with tradition, Chef John Creger is also preparing a decadent Filet Mignon with sweet potato puree, charred Brussel sprouts and black truffle butter. To cap off the delectable tasting menu, Artisanal will offer its diners a choice between a Pumpkin Praline Cheesecake, its unique take on the classic Peanut Butter & Jelly, or an Autumn Ice Cream Trio -- Vanilla Pumpkin, Maple Bacon or Chai Iced Cream. At the conclusion of the meal, guests will receive a complimentary wine and cheese basket.

There will also be a special two-course Kids menu, which will be $65pp.

Open on Thanksgiving Day: 10:00 AM - 01:00 AM

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About Artisanal Fromagerie
Decorated in Art Deco style by renowned architect Adam Tihany -- with classic French bistro tables, timber paneling, brass rails and the smell of fondue and freshly baked bread wafting in the air -- it feels like you've arrived in Paris when you walk in Artisanal Fromagerie Bistro's door. The kitchen, helmed by Executive Chef John Creger features a classic French dishes made utilizing modern preparations. Owned by veteran restaurateur Sarid Drory, Artisanal showcases upmarket French bistro cooking. A mural-sized painting, which hung in French restaurants since the 1930s, presides over the handsome 160-seat space, and vintage gilt mirrors hang from the walls. Artisanal has a 65-seat sidewalk café designed by Sarid Drory with handmade Parisian furniture from Maison Drucker and decorative flower boxes. Artisanal is open daily for breakfast at 6:45 am, weekend brunch, lunch, dinner, and late night bites. Located at 2 Park Avenue (on 32nd Street between Park and Madison Avenues).

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