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New restaurant from NoMad, Eleven Madison Park chef Abram Bissell to open in New York City

The Soho restaurant is the brainchild of Bissell and Saint Theo’s founding partner Robert Goldman

Abram Bissell, the executive chef behind some of New York’s most famous restaurants — NoMad, Eleven Madison Park, and The Modern — is branching out on his own for a new restaurant, Principe. Located on the corner of Prince St. and West Broadway in New York City, this locally focused Italian restaurant aims to add to Soho’s vibrant culinary scene.

Bissell, along with Robert Goldman — Saint Theo’s founding partner and Bleeker Street Hospitality Group founder — open the restaurant today.

“Seeing this project come to fruition is a tremendous milestone for me and our team,” Bissell said in a statement. “What I’ve learned as a chef is that people simply want to feel cared for. What we have created as a team is a space that feels warm and inviting. We value connecting with our guests and aim to provide a culinary experience that feels indulgent yet approachable, be it a cocktail at the bar or a celebratory dinner.” 

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