Anyway, if you dig deep enough and search beyond the star studded cast that leaps out at you from the website you'll find that Jarnac restaurant (towards which I'm oddly bias!), together with many great local restaurants, is participating in the Meatpacking Eats event (I know who knew Jarnac was in the Meatpacking area, but according to many maps it is!).
This event is encouraging restaurants around the area to create a special menu exclusively for this weekend and to pair these around the Southern Wine and Spirits of New York Portfolio (I smell a sponsor!).
Jarnac is doing what it does best and has created a prix fixe menu based around all that's local and at the farmers' market at that time of year. It's pairing this with some interesting local wines and topping it off with it's signature cocktail, the coup de Jarnac made with Nicolas Feuillate Champagne. The menu is at $38 without the wine tasting - $78 with. And here exclusively on this blog is the menu:
Goat cheese flan with an heirloom beet salad
Tempura battered strips of skate with 3 fresh bean salad
Knollcrest chicken liver mousse with toast
Pan Roasted Local Bluefish with Spicy Tomato Sauce and Fingerling potatoes
Knollcrest Chicken Stewed with caramelized baby onions, quince and honey
Bon Apetit - be sure to book, it's going to be busy!