Brooklyn Chop House
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Lots of restaurants in NYC are going to great lengths to create as healthy an indoor dining situation as possible, but perhaps no place has documented it as thoroughly as this FiDi steakhouse. They have released a 40 point safety plan that lays out everything from silverware cleaning practices and plexiglass partitions, to a custom-made thermal temperature scanner at the door. They’re offering reservations for tables every day from 4-10:30pm, and serving their usual menu that includes lots of dry-aged meat, like veal chops and 32-ounce tomahawks.
To be perfectly honest, we’ve never had Peking turkey, so we can’t say definitively what it’s like. We can, however, tell you that we’re confident it’s delicious, and when it’s from Brooklyn Chop House, our confidence rises considerably. Try it out for yourself on Thanksgiving at this FiDi steakhouse, which is offering a 14-pound Peking turkey with cranberry plum sauce and hot pancakes to-go for $195, or with enough sides and fixings for 6-8 people at a table inside or outside starting at 4pm for $295.
Every night, Brooklyn Chop House is delivering donated care packages to the staff at New York Presbyterian (they also did a recent drop-off at Elmhurst Hospital). They’re offering regular delivery and takeout, as well as a 20% discount on pick-up meals for all first responders.