For the first time ever this January and February, The Roundtree in Amagansett hosts a Winter Culinary Series featuring top chefs from Manhattan. Check out their selection of chefs and culinary styles—there is something to match any taste. You won’t want to miss these exclusive experiences!
All winter long, The Roundtree invites you to attend an exciting rotating residency of elite chefs and beverage experts for full dining experiences, fireside discussions, in-room surprises & delights, private cooking classes, and more!
Highlights include pop-ups from Chef Doron Wong’s trio of restaurants, Chef Akshay Bhardwaj of Michelin-starred Junoon, and renowned Chef Maria Loi. The Roundtree will also be hosting an intimate Lunar New Year celebration where the owner’s family traditions and recipes will be shared.
Friday & Saturday, January 20–21
Wayla is a popular Thai restaurant in the Lower East Side. Chef Tom Naumsuwan offers a menu of Thai comfort food, combining his experience working alongside some of the top street market vendors in Bangkok, with local ingredients and a green market sensibility.
Friday & Saturday, January 27–28
Chef Maria Loi is an internationally renowned entrepreneur, author, television personality and philanthropist working to change the world – one healthy bite at a time. Known as the Julia Child of Greece, she is the founder and face of a lifestyle brand that nurtures a healthy body and soul and melds the inspiration of ancient Greece with a modern approach to the Mediterranean diet.
Friday & Saturday, February 3–4
Bronson’s Burgers is a neighborhood burger spot in Nolita with a crave-able menu of burgers and milkshakes. Besides the classic, an all-beef patty topped with caramelized onions, cheddar cheese and pickles, the menu includes a bacon burger with bacon marmalade and a veggie patty with chickpeas, lentils and black beans. Addictive fries and tempura onion rings are the must-order sides.
Friday & Saturday, February 10–11
Jia is the Chinese restaurant in Port Washington, New York. Jia offers classic dim sum dishes ranging from steamed and crispy small bites to larger plates like a Peking Duck Platter, Seafood Fried Rice and more. Executive Chef Kand Hu was previously the chef at Red Farm in NYC for nearly a decade. Book a reservation and enjoy a delicious unforgettable experience.
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, February 16–19
Pioneering restaurant Junoon, whose authentic, elegantly modern style helped redefine Indian cuisine within the New York dining scene, has reopened in a new Flatiron location just a few steps from where it debuted over a decade earlier. Junoon retains the same elevated, innovative spirit that earned it a Michelin star every year since it opened in 2010, in a relaxed, more intimate space that complements the convivial menu.
Friday & Saturday, February 24–25
Chef Dominick Lee hails from New Orleans and built his fame in Houston where he worked as the executive chef at Poitin Bar & Kitchen, a restaurant showcasing eclectic American cuisine. Under Lee’s culinary direction, the vibrant eatery was named one of the Top Restaurants Of 2019 by Texas Monthly Magazine and also earned him a rising star chef recognition from Eater. His latest foray into cooking has him exploring upscale Creole cuisine which will be reflected in his first New York restaurant Alligator Pear, opening this spring.