fabrick ~ nyc eats

Jumping back into my foodie adventures here around New York City.  I don’t often eat out during the week, opting for my fabulous grilled veggies on repeat (so innovative, I know) but right before the holiday travel, I was lucky enough to go out to eat with one of my work teams.  One coworker used to work on the agency side and would visit this fabrick often with publishers as account executives love to wine and dine.


Work lunch obviously meant appetizers all around since it was being put on the corporate card.  This was perfect for someone like me who likes to sample a little bit of everything.


^^ Starting things off right with some healthy fats aka Avocado Panna Cotta {blue corn tortilla & plantain chips, roasted tomato pico de gallo}

IMG_4041 ^^ The Burrata Salad {apple butter, radicchio, prosciutto, country toast} was probably my favorite item of the day (of course it was all the way at the beginning of the meal and I had to share…no fair).  I seriously could order this type of meal all the time – creaminess of the cheese and salty combination of prosciutto.  Delicious.

IMG_4045 ^^ BACON BACON BACON.  Candied Bacon with a black pepper maple glaze to be exact.  These were hefty slices of meat presented in an oh so fancy way.  I wouldn’t say it was as good as steakhouse bacon, but it sure was a treat.

IMG_4047^^ Trying to meet the green quota for the day.  Opting for a Kale Waldorf Salad w/ chicken on top, not too soggy, and saving enough room for dessert.


^^ Yes, last but not least, a set of desserts for the eyes and stomach to feast on.  This little beauty right in front was fabrick’s Fancy Chocolate Hazelnut Handbag {gianduja mousse, raspberry ganache, vanilla bean ice cream} and the decorative display in the back was The Big Apple Tart {earl grey caramel, oat crumble, mexican cinnamon ice cream}.


^^ My sweet tooth was torn between the chocolate handbag and this Frozen S’mores Napoleon {graham cracker cake, chocolate semifreddo, coffee marshmallow}.  But if none of these are hitting the spot, you might be more in the mood for something to share (not that these desserts can’t be shared), they have the popular Cheesecake Lollipop Tree For Two with flavors like cherry pink cashmere, triple chocolate tuxedo, and toffee top hat.  Oo la la 🙂

Davide Burke fabrick
Located in:
Archer Hotel New York
47 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018
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