The Grand Tier Restaurant

AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA NEW YORK 10023
RESERVATIONS 212 799 3400
The Grand Tier Restaurant is set within one of the most spectacular cultural destinations in the world. Located inside Lincoln Center’s Metropolitan Opera House, it is a tribute to elegance and artistry. Enjoy contemporary American cuisine by Executive Chef Richard Diamonte at pre-curtain or during intermission, in an atmosphere highlighted by spectacular chandeliers and original masterpieces by Marc Chagall.

It only takes a ticket, any Lincoln Center ticket – Whether you are seeing the opera, ballet, attending a play at one of the Lincoln Center theaters, or going to the symphony, make your reservation for dinner Monday through Saturday; and matinée dining on Saturdays.

Intermission dining – if you are attending a performance inside The Metropolitan Opera House, you may join us for intermission dining when we serve appetizers and entrées à la carte. Reservations are available by calling 212 799 3400.

The Revlon Bar at The Grand Tier Restaurant – offers a full beverage selection including a Champagne and Prosecco Bar, a chef-crafted menu of signature sandwiches and desserts from House-Smoked Salmon; Black Forest Ham and Brie; Bufala Mozzarella and Tomato; to Dark Chocolate and Chocolate Chunk Brownie; Chocolate Chunk Cookie; and Toasted Almond-Orange Biscotti.

Both the Revlon Bar and The Grand Tier Restaurant are open two hours prior to all performances in the Metropolitan Opera House, and open to anyone with a ticket to any performance on the Lincoln Center campus.
CATERING CONTACT

To receive more information about our catering and private event options at this location, please contact our special events representative below:

Katie Winter | Director of Sales and Catering | 212 873 1602
kwinter@patinagroup.com

Richard Diamonte
Executive Chef - The Grand Tier

Richard Diamonte is the new Executive Chef of The Grand Tier Restaurant at the Metropolitan Opera House. With an elegant fine dining style developed over seven years working with Jean-Georges Vongerichten, followed by a year helming his own restaurant in downtown Manhattan, Ken & Cook, Diamonte is a master of technique, finesse, timing and quality. His style of contemporary American cuisine delivers vibrant flavors with polished presentation.

Growing up in North Jersey in a household where dining out was a frequent occurrence, Diamonte developed a taste for the restaurant business and exploring cuisines at a young age. Exposure to the restaurants that his father owned led to Diamonte’s eventual pursuit of a culinary degree in New York. Right out of school he gained a coveted position at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Mercer Kitchen, followed by several years of promotions culminating in the role of Executive Sous Chef at the four star flagship restaurant Jean Georges. His goal today is to present the same high standards of quality and execution, while adding his creative touch, to The Grand Tier.
Richard Diamonte
HOURS

It only takes a ticket, any Lincoln Center ticket - Whether you are seeing the opera, ballet, attending a play at one of the Lincoln Center campus theaters or going to the symphony, make your reservation online for pre-theater dinner Monday through Saturday; and pre-theater matinée dining on Saturdays.

Intermission dining – if you are attending a performance inside The Metropolitan Opera House, you may join us for intermission dining when we serve appetizers and entrées à la carte. Reservations are available by calling 212 799 3400.

The Grand Tier and Revlon Bar are now open two hours prior to curtain for all Lincoln Center Ticket Holders.


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