The menu at Colicchio and Sons is similar to Craft, but more health conscious. The majority of entrees were fish. There were 4-5 fishes, 1 chicken, 1 duck, 1 lamb and 1 beef. It’s definitely a complete departure from the former Craftsteak in this location! The decor is still 100% unchanged – I love the Hans Wegner chairs in the bar area.
They still serve the awesome buttered and salted rolls in a cast iron pan…
The prices are still exorbitant, but at least the whole menu is not $50+ steaks anymore and we were able to walk out instead of roll! And thankfully, they still make the signature doughnuts and homemade ice cream. We indulged, but shared. As always, Colicchio delivers.
There is a ‘tap room’ seating area in the front and a rather large bar. Next time we are going to try that for something light.
Our Menu: Dining Room
Our favorite dishes were the Pork Belly appetizer, the tile fish, salmon, the doughnuts and ice creams! The summer asparagus salad was a tad overpriced at $18.
CORN SOUP WITH YELLOW HEIRLOOM TOMATO & CHIVES
SUMMER ASPARAGUS SALAD WITH FRESH SHEEP’S MILK CHEESE PANNA COTTA 18
HEARTS OF PALM WITH MEYER LEMON, DUCK HAM & MUSTARD 1 6
FRESH PORK BELLY, SPICED CAPONATA & BENTON’S SMOKED PORK 1 9
GOLDEN TILE FISH WITH SMOKED TOMATO, WATERMELON & BASIL 3 2
CHOCOLATE CREAM DOUGHNUTS, VANILLA CUSTARD, STRAWBERRY PRESERVES & MINT ICE CREAM 1 2
3 ICE CREAMS – CREAM CHEESE, BELGIAN BEER & OLIVE OIL $9
85 10th Avenue – Chelsea