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Greene St. Kitchen to Open at Palms Casino Resort

December 17, 2018 Industry News
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Greene St. Kitchen will soon open its doors at Palms Casino Resort as part of the hotel’s $690 million property-wide transformation. Blending together street art and food in a distinctive way, the restaurant continues the immersive experience and thoughtful art program at the hotel.

Created by Clique Hospitality, the dynamic, design-driven dining destination pays homage to the artistic communities New York’s SoHo neighborhood during the early ‘80s with a collection curated by Tal Cooperman, Palms’ Creative Director. The latest addition joins the hotel’s extensive art collection consisting of some of the most notable and unique contemporary, blue-chip and street art rarely displayed publicly in one setting.

Designed by Rockwell Group, the Greene St. Kitchen experience begins immediately upon arrival as guests enter a secret vintage video arcade “speakeasy” with classic games lining the walls and a 1980s 8-bit video-inspired tiled floor. A vending machine “door” leads guests through a tunnel and into the restaurant’s main bar and lounge, where they will encounter bartenders serving inventive craft cocktails enclosed in a stunning gold, birdcage-like structure.

Clique Hospitality’s Lanny Chin will serve as Chef du Cuisine and will bring a modern American menu of shareable plates and over the top entrees that include; Legs and Eggs, butter poached king crab legs and Kaluga caviar, Jidori Chicken Kabobs served with shawarma spiced tzatziki sauce and a Kale and Duck Confit Salad as well as an unforgettable 42 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye Steak served with a creamy au poivre and bordelaise sauce.

“We’re incredibly excited to continue our successful partnership with Palms Casino Resort,” says Greene St. founder Andy Masi. “We can’t wait to open the doors and offer up a phenomenal menu that’s as exciting as the Palms’ remarkable renovation.”

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