Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tartinery




Welcome to Tartinery. Located in the heart of Manhattan.

The instant I saw this place, my heart skipped a beat. Perhaps it's the lighting, or the raw materials mix with clean materials, or perhaps it's the tree, central to that single table. And so they say..."Tartinery is the modern version of the traditional French bistro. Its concept, inevitably, revolves around the Tartine, which can be described as a classic and gourmet open-faced sandwich served on a razor-thin slice of toasted bread. Of course, our feature bread is the well–renowed Poilane country bread from St Germain–des–Pres in Paris." (Mmm!)









"The industrial decor is a tactful blend of New York classics and European soul. Raw and reclaimed materials form the roof of the restaurant and contribute to the retro contemporary feel. We seek to promote a culture defined by "retro–innovation"–to capture the best of the past and merge it with the best of the modern." I love their concept, what they bring to the public, and the New York lofty feel of their open space. Warmth, and the appetizing aroma of fresh bread can nearly be detected through these wonderful images...

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images: their site

20 comments:

  1. i think i may have to stop by there!!! like pronto!

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  2. Delicious on so many levels...

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  3. Very very cool place! It really lives up to the "retro-innovation" standards. Really like the different materials used as well as the tree on the middle of that table. Very NY! Thanks for sharing :) PS: and the food, sounds delish.

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  4. I would like to know it in place,
    Hugs Sarah,I wish you a happy day,
    Hugs
    Cecilia

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  5. Well, that is sad for me, since I'm at the other end of the country. It all looks too wonderful! Now I am hungry for an open faced sandwich. So beautiful, Sarah.
    Have a nice day.
    Teresa

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  6. What a beautiful place. I would start with their salade Nicoise and the have poulet rôti sandwich. Will go next time in NY.
    Thanks!

    xo

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  7. why on earth i didn't know about this place when i was in NY??? loooove the whole look and the interior design!!!

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  8. Teresa -- I know, right? I feel the same way :(

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  9. Darling as an architecture student, you hit the nail on the head with this one!

    That space took my breath away too. Wow...that's all I can say. xo

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  10. This place is fantastic! love the design...where have i been? to think that I actually work in NY and never seen it until you brought it to us.
    Thank you!! Francine

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  11. Thanks for featuring this. Will have to look it up as immediately. More power to your beautiful blog.

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  12. next NYC visit...I know where we'll be going! YUM - both to the decor and the food

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  13. Ijeoma -- Me too!

    Francine -- If you stop in, I would love to know what you think :)

    Leah -- thank you so much...

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  14. this spot looks wonderful. honestly if the food is as good as the decor this would be a restaurant to visit again and again!

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  15. Amy -- that's for sure! I wish we had one (even a mini one) here in Vancouver...

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  16. oh my gosh thanks for this find!! this place looks amazingly chic, i heart a good tartine :)

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  17. I am completely dying for this! The delicious design AND the gorgeous menu. Mmmm...

    Leigha

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