Chef David Nichols is at the helm of Irvington’s kitchen, where he’s preparing market-to-table fare.
Scott Gerber is the principal and c.e.o. of Gerber Group.
Open and inviting
The Irvington space was created by Brooklyn-based design firm, Crème.
There’s a strong focus on the bar area at Irvington, where plenty of bar seating is available.
A number of cocktails are bottled in-house, including the classic Negroni.
Made in Manhattan
Another favorite bottled cocktail is this Manhattan.
A standout on the cocktail list is the Stramaro Never Dies, which consists of Belvedere vodka, Amaro Nonino, fresh muddled strawberries and lime.
You’ll find three pastas on the menu, including this bucatini with porchetta, parmesan, black pepper and egg.
One bite of this duck confit potpie with wild mushrooms and black kale and you won’t want to share.
What’s better than meats on the rotisserie? Check out this free-range chicken with marble potatoes, grilled leeks and gremolata.