(NEW YORK, NY) — Attention all agents looking for a new, elegant spot to close deals, the Upper East Side is welcoming a new neighbor, Maison Vivienne.
Maison Vivienne, a Southampton treasure, has officially opened its Manhattan-based flagship restaurant at 116 East 60th St. Its French Provence inspired dishes and atmosphere offer New Yorkers an upscale, relaxing evening free of the hustle and bustle of the city.
The roughly 4,000-square-foot townhouse is equipped with a floor to ceiling fireplace, glass wine cellars, warm dove gray walls, and a stunning street-level bar.
In the kitchen is the renowned father-son duo, Chef Victor Pastuizaca, and Sous Chef Johnny Pastuizaca, experts in Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. But if you’re looking for a more casual meeting, you can take clients to the bar and discuss business over world-class cocktails from acclaimed bartenders, Albert and Jacob Trummer.
Known for its ability to create a serene environment that calms Southampton’s busiest, Maison Vivienne’s move to Manhattan will provide a relaxing hideaway for the city’s business leaders.