Tudor City Restaurant (1927-1943)
The Cove (1945-1953)
The Terrace (1953-1980)
Cinco de Mayo (1986-1991)
Tudor Grill (1996-2002)
The new restaurant is a white-tablecloth affair serving steaks, sushi, pasta and ceviche. The press release bills it as a "next generation steakhouse" nestled in an "enchanting enclave." We like it already!
|The main dining room, looking west toward the street. Wall murals are on the way, not yet in place.|
|The main dining room, showing the south wall of windows.|
|A private dining room, dig that table!|
For further reading, see the restaurant's jazzy website here, and a New York Times story about who's behind the burners, here.
An on-site restaurant is an enduring Tudor City tradition, reflecting Fred French's ideas about community and convenience. We wish this new enterprise much success and hope that readers will give it a try.