The Vinegar Hill House has a winning formula for success. A formula which was heaped praise at the recent Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival. Panelists at the recent discussion featured many of the City’s best restaurants and restaurantours. “Le Bernardin, Eleven Madison, Marea, Jean Georges, and A Voce,” among others, were all represented according to The Epoch Times (1).
The talk fluxed from current trends to how restaurants are following or bucking them to the simple and authentic nature of some kinds of cuisine.
It was Natalie Tapkin of Lure Fish in SoHo who “praised the farm-to-table trend, especially as it is seen at Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn.”
“‘Everything there is impeccably well-made, and everything is farm-to-table,'” noted Tapkin. “‘I think it’s a great trend in the City.'”
You can bet that Vinegar Hill House was honored by the comment but they seem to be very content doing things the way they always have. Trends come and trends go but running your restaurant in the way you see fit is what every restaurantour should strive for.