Photography courtesy Eataly

The Italian countryside has arrived on New York’s 5th Avenue thanks to Eataly NYC Flatiron, which has transformed its rooftop into a flower-covered greenhouse with a seasonal menu to match.

The Manhattan restaurant, named SERRA by Birreria, is designed by Milky Way Studios. It wanted the space to represent nature’s own seasonal transformation – and give visitors a firsthand reminder of that.

The Italian countryside has arrived on New York's 5th Avenue thanks to Eataly NYC Flatiron, which has transformed its rooftop into a flower-covered greenhouse with a seasonal menu to match.
Photography courtesy Eataly

Guests sit beneath a lattice of greenery and flowers, which create the backdrop to SERRA’s own seasonally focused menu. Dishes will evolve across the course of the next few months, with ingredients sourced from the local Union Square Greenhouse.

Chef Michael Nogera promises peas, mint, morels, nettles and asparagus for spring, with zucchini, tomatoes peppers and green beans later on in the summer harvest. It’s complemented by a drinks menu of Italian bitters, biodynamic wines and Italian IPAs.

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The Manhattan restaurant, named SERRA by Birreria, is designed by Milky Way Studios. It wanted the space to represent nature’s own seasonal transformation – and give visitors a firsthand reminder of that.
Photography courtesy Eataly
Chef Michael Nogera promises peas, mint, morels, nettles and asparagus for spring, with zucchini, tomatoes peppers and green beans later on in the summer harvest. It’s complemented by a drinks menu of Italian bitters, biodynamic wines and Italian IPAs.
Photography courtesy Eataly

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