Attention Caviar Fans: One of Paris' Chicest Restaurants Is Coming to New York City

Caviar Kaspia's newest location is set to open in The Mark Hotel this fall.

The Mark Hotel entrance
Photo: Courtesy of The Mark

Caviar Kaspia, the beloved Parisian restaurant, is coming to New York City.

Earlier this month, the restaurant, famed for its decadent caviar spreads and its rather high-profile clientele, announced its plans to open its first permanent New York location at The Mark Hotel in Fall 2022. The new opening will be the brand's fourth, joining its other outposts in Dubai and Sao Paulo. According to Robb Report, there are also plans in place for locations in London and Los Angeles as well.

The chic restaurant located in Paris's eighth arrondissement on the Place de la Madeleine, has been a celebrity haven since it first opened its doors way back in 1927 (coincidently, that's the same year the building that now houses The Mark was built too). According to W Magazine, the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and her husband Jay-Z have all stopped by for a bite.

Its newest location will be designed by Jacques Grange and will occupy the street-level space on the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue. When it does finally open for business, diners can expect a few of its classics, including its divine twice-baked potato topped with caviar, eggs with caviar, pasta with caviar, blinis with salmon, bottarga, and more. The boutique will also offer guests the chance to purchase and bring home a few of its delicacies so they can indulge any time they wish.

Caviar Potato from Caviar Kaspia
Courtesy of Caviar Kaspia

Caviar Kaspia will join The Mark Hotel's other fabulous dining establishment, The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner delights like chilled Maine Lobster, hearty pizzas and pasta, slow cooked salmon, and decadent desserts like its rich chocolate cake. The best course of action may be heading to Caviar Kaspia when it opens for an appetizer portion of the famed fish eggs, followed by a main course at The Mark Restaurant, then topping it all off with a nightcap at the hotel's bar, The Mark Bar. Sit down in its specially made furnishings by Guy de Rougemont and Vladimir Kagan, order one of its craft cocktails, or grab a glass of bubbly for the ideal way to wash down your earlier meal.

Visit The Mark Hotel website for more details and reservations.

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