Amali Est. 2010

115 East 60th Street, New York, New York

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Sustainable Mediterranean sustenance inspired by shared lands and a commitment to farm-to-table communal consumption in the 'City.'
A go-to for the crews from Christie's and Sotheby's these discreet dining options are each more elegant than the other, with feasting tables as fixtures in sun or moon dappled rooms.
The Lowdown
Type
Private Dining / Restaurant
Views
Cityscape
Style
Modern
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Anniversary / Engagement Party
Baby Shower
Bachelor / Bachelorette Party
Birthday Party
Bridal Shower
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Social Event
Reunion

Venue Setting

Amali’s name was inspired by a historical term for lands shared by modern day Greece, Italy and Turkey. In that spirit, our menu is inspired by the Mediterranean way of life and emphasizes vegetables, olive oil, cheese, grains, and fish. In keeping with the values of that dining tradition, we support sustainability - from the food we buy, the wine we serve, to the finishes in the restaurant and our sustainable economic practices.
Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

No

Estimated Price Per Head

from $30 to $150

Insurance

Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here

Capacity

Seated
75
Buffet
75
Standing
120
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2010
Curfew
No Curfew
Venue Spaces
Indoor Venue Space Only
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Non-smoking Venue
Kid Friendly Events
Yes
Inside Scoop

Be sure to ask about the absinthe fountain

Amenities
  • Wifi
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
  • A/V Equipment
Venue Features
The Scene:
Closer to a dinner party at a good friend\'s home than a traditional restaurant, Sopra embraces centuries of Mediterranean custom: new and old friends gathered around a shared feast of seasonal ingredients. Set in a former apartment above Amali, an open kitchen puts guests an arm\'s length away from Chef Rachel as she prepares the meal. Diners interact with the sommelier, owner and chef before the dinner before sitting down to a five course, multi-dish dinner. What awaits you at the end of the meal is that special time called \"Sombremesa.\" It\'s that magical time
Awards & Notables Wine Spectator 2014 Top 100 Wine Lists in America New York Times September 2012 Critic\'s Top Pick New York Magazine September 2012 Adam Platt, Two Stars Read the article New York Magazine Where to Eat 2013 Eater.com January 2013 - August 2014 The 38 Essential New York Restaurants Wine & Spirits Top Newcomers of 2012 Wine Spectator 2012 Award of Excellence Eater Wine List Review April 2012 Danyelle Freeman Restaurant Girl Restaurant Review Wall Street Journal December 2011 immaculateinfatuation.com Ethniko Kirika (National Herald) Top 100 Greek Restaurants in America New York Times Vogue Page Six Gotham New York Daily News Zagat - NYC\'s Best Value Wine Lists MSNBC Huffington Post Access Hollywood New York Magazine Thrillist Find. Eat. Drink. Starchefs Patrick McMullan Magazine
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