Living up to the restaurant’s name, the servers at Hearth, located near Stuyvesant Town, are committed to providing old-fashioned, small town hospitality to their guests. The restaurant's interior features a pleasing blend of exposed red brick walls, polished wooden tables, ceiling beams with recessed lights, and a few contemporary touches, like the underlit bar. Run by chef Marco Canora and general manager Paul Grieco, Hearth serves up modern American cuisine peppered with Italian influences, and while the menu changes daily based on the seasonal availability of ingredients, standout dishes include the snapper crudo with fresh red pepper and rosemary, pan-seared skate with autumn vegetables, and apple cider doughnuts with apple compote maple cream.
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