Around this time of year at Picholine, it’s game on. The wild-game tasting menu ($110) is a superb six-course showcase of various country critters in citified guise, rrems reports.

Typical dishes include mallard duck pot-au-feu, game gelée with Jerusalem artichoke mousseline and truffled toasts, venison au poivre (with parsnip pain perdu and huckleberries), and red-legged partridge (with Tokyo turnips and foie gras sabayon). “The regular menu is excellent too,” rrems adds, “but for those who appreciate game this is not to be missed.”

Picholine [Upper West Side]
35 W. 64th Street (between Broadway and Central Park W.), Manhattan

Board Link: Picholine–wild game tasting menu

See more articles