A neighborhood favorite and a citywide destination, Trestle on Tenth is a restaurant inspired by the fields, mountains, forests and sees of central Europe. Located directly across from the High Line Park, in the heart of the Chelsea art district.
The prices are moderate, the hospitality warm, the wine list acclaimed by the New York Times, our private garden dining area is a green haven, and the food - well, you'll just have to come discover how good it is!
Natural Winemakers' Week- Join us this Sunday, March 1st at 6:30pm!
As part of Natural Winemakers’ Week we will host a limited 3 course dinner with Loire Valley Winemakers Damien Delecheneau of La Grange Tiphaine and Fabien Boisard of Domaine du Mortier. We begin at 6:30 pm with sparkling wine from La Grange Tiphane and Hors d'Oeuvres, and at 7 pm the three course dinner starts with pairings from both winemakers. This dinner presents a great opportunity to connect with the winemakers, ask them about the importance of organic vineyard practices and their necessity of natural approach to wine making. The food being served represents the fine and interwoven relationship between the craftsmanship of grape farming, wine making and the one of hands-on heritage cooking of Trestle on Tenth. Dinner cost is $85 per person all inclusive.
Ralf and the Team at Trestle on Tenth
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