Frieze New York 2013 offered a choice of eating and drinking options.
Frankies Spuntino returned as the restaurant to the fair for the second year in 2013. The menu highlighted classic Italian recipes with a seasonal touch, sourcing local, organic products. Accompanying Frankies Spuntino, sister restaurant Prime Meats served a picnic area with their hand-crafted sausages and burgers.
More informal dining was offered by Sant Ambroeus, serving handmade cornetti and paninetti as well as a new signature gelato service on the outdoor deck. The Fat Radish once again brought its simple, elegant cuisine created with well-sourced, seasonal ingredients.
Roberta’s also returned, bringing with them two pizza ovens from Bushwick, serving their much loved pizzas and a specially selected beer and wine list on the outdoor café deck.
New to Frieze New York in 2013 were Mission Chinese serving their signature cuisine at the fair including Kung Pao Pastrami, Blue Bottle Coffee with freshly roasted coffees and art-inspired deserts and Court Street Grocers provided a characteristically artisanal approach to sandwiches and salads.
Marlow & Sons joined Frieze New York this year at the South Entrance with a full bar and a cafe with coffee and grab & go food.