GARMENT DISTRICT — The nightlife group behind a handful of flashy clubs and restaurants is opening a cluster of eateries inside a Seventh Avenue hotel that includes an all-day breakfast spot and a rooftop bar featuring mini golf.
Egghead — a sandwich shop with a street-level entrance on Seventh Avenue — will serve all-day breakfast sandwiches made with potato bread, eggs and cheese sourced from farms in upstate New York.
Legasea, a 145-seat brasserie helmed by former Gotham Bar & Grill chef Jason Hall, will feature a raw bar and serve seafood dishes in a “modern and vivacious atmosphere,” the group said.
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A rooftop spot called Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge, meanwhile, is designed to look like an “urban amusement park” — with carousel seating, a miniature golf area and a menu that includes “State Fair” foods like sausage and peppers and lobster rolls.
The hotel will also have a bar called Bar Moxy on the second floor, attached to a “grab-and-go” cafe called The Pickup.
All of the locations will open in September, though their exact opening dates haven’t been set, a spokeswoman said.
The nightlife groups operates a series of TAO locations across the city and in Las Vegas, as well as Lavo and the nightclub Marquee.