In a repurposed vintage brick building, two New York City chefs have built two distinct eateries sharing a single ultramodern kitchen
. The Pass is an elegant fine-dining restaurant featuring nightly tasting menus. Provisions has a casual bar with a community table, an inviting outdoor space, and a wood-burning pizza oven. The menu offers thoughtful, technique-driven food while highlighting the deliciousness of simple ingredients. The chilled pea soup is a standout on the vegetable menu—it's served with curried yogurt and mint.
The chefs, Terrence Gallivan and Seth Siegel-Gardner, teamed up at Gordon Ramsay's Maze and have worked for a long list of big names (Scott Conant, Charlie Palmer, and Marcus Samuelsson among them). The location is a coming home for Siegel-Gardner, who grew up in the Montrose neighborhood, just a few blocks away.
Pictured: The Pass & Provisions' lively bar