Eleven Madison Park expresses the spirit of grand New York dining with a contemporary accent. Designed by architects Bentel & Bentel, with soaring 30-foot ceilings and windows overlooking beautiful Madison Square Park, the Art-Deco restaurant embodies an urbane sophistication that is at once relaxed and bustling. General Manager Will Guidara's obsessive attention to providing an exceptional dining experience has become a trademark of the ever-evolving restaurant, which aims to constantly innovate and update its own menu and service with a forward-thinking sensibility that defines modern dining.
Daniel Humm, who was previously executive chef at Campton Place in San Francisco, took over the helm from chef Kerry Heffernan. A native of the Swiss Jura, he has worked in some of the most impressive restaurants. His revamped menu with specialties of Provence as well as his prix fixe menu have been well-received, in addition to the phenomenal and creative menu of bar snacks. The classic French offerings are as deftly transmuted with contemporary stylings as they are with Provencal flavors, and the restaurant's continual evolution has made them a force to be reckoned with in the world of New York dining and the one to beat.
Eleven Madison Park's award-winning, eclectic wine list offers 36 wines by the glass, available at your table or in the cozy wine bar set beneath a gold-leaded Art Deco ceiling. The bar also boasts a world-class selection of Calvados and an extensive array of cocktails. Opened in October 1998, the restaurant promptly earned a James Beard nomination as Best New Restaurant in America, and won a coveted spot in Esquire magazine's Best New Restaurants. Eleven Madison Park won the 2004 James Beard Award for Outstanding Service in America.
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