Showing posts with label JUNIPER BAR. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JUNIPER BAR. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

NEW YORK'S JUNIPER BAR HAS NEW BRUNCH MENU

Juniper Bar



Juniper Bar – which has long been the go-to lunchtime respite in New York’s Midtown West – is offering a new appetizing Brunch Menu available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM. This new menu will be served alongside their regular full menu.



The menu will feature savory dishes such as Maine Lobster Benedict with fresh Main Lobster, arugula, and charred tomato bernaise sauce; Smoked Salmon Scramble made with soft scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, dill, lumpfish caviar. For those who crave something more sweet, there are appetizing choices like the Vanilla Buttermilk Waffles, topped with caramelized apples, salted caramel sauce, vanilla bean whipped cream, toasted pecans and warm maple butter or the Blueberry Pancakes, served with blueberry relish and ricotta cheese.

Lobster Benedict



Juniper will also be offering unlimited mimosas, prosecco and bloody mary for $29.00 from 12:00 AM to 3:00 PM.



In addition to Brunch, Juniper Bar will be open for lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday throughout football season.



Juniper Bar is open Monday – Saturday, 11:30AM – 2:00AM and Sunday, 11:30AM – 12:00AM

Reservations Accepted



ABOUT JUNIPER BAR:




Juniper Bar is a sophisticated, multi-leveled restaurant, bar and entertainment destination in New York’s Midtown West, just steps away from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden. Home to an expansive main level bar area, intimate 30-seat dining area, and classy event and lounge room, Juniper Bar is perfectly configured to become the hottest new neighborhood local. Named after the bright blue Juniper berry, which is known for its piney flavor and use in flavoring gin, the space has been stylishly designed with a color palate of teals, greys, and bursts of orange.



Juniper Bar is located at:



237 West 35th Street, (between 7th & 8th Avenues), New York, NY 10001



Follow Juniper Bar on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Juniper-Bar

Or on Twitter at @juniperNYC



Friday, June 05, 2015

FIRE BREATHING BURGER AT NEW YORK'S JUNIPER BAR

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BEST BAR'S & RESTAURANTS IN NEW YORK CITY
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Juniper Bar


Juniper Fire Breathing Burger
Juniper Bar, the newest upscale bar and restaurant to descend upon New York’s Midtown West, has introduced a new spicy burger that will leave the city’s most hard-core heat-seekers trembling and begging for mercy. Juniper’s Fire Breathing Burger isn’t for the faint hearted. Packed full with one of the world’s hottest peppers, the Ghost Pepper, along with Sriracha aioli and spicy pepper jack cheese, the Fire Breathing Burger may well be a new contender for the title of New York’s Spiciest Burger. Ghost Peppers, otherwise known as Bhut Jolokia, clocks in at over one million on the Scoville Spiciness Scale. That’s an eye-popping 900.5 times hotter than Tabasco Sauce or 400 times hotter than a medium chili pepper. It’s so spicy it has become a something of a legend in chili pepper eating dares, with many popular YouTubers putting their stomachs, and their manliness, to the ultimate test.



Combine this with the Fire Breathing Burger’s double whammy of Sriracha Aioli and Pepper Jack Cheese, which includes spicy hot peppers for an extra kick, and you’ve got yourself a burger so spicy you’ll have watering eyes and a tingling nose even at the thought of eating it. Prepare to scare the pants off your taste buds. 

Juniper Bar & Restaurant Dining Room



Serious spiciness aside, the Fire Breathing Burger ($16) is also a seriously tasty one. Using Pat LaFrieda American Black Angus Beef, the burger is served on a brioche bun with the choice of hand cut fries or mixed greens. Juniper’s Burger Menu also features a Tuna Burger ($17) with freshly diced sushi-grade tuna, ‘The Big Blue’ Burger ($18) with Applewood smoked bacon, tempura onion rings, homemade blue cheese dressing and cheddar, and the ‘Thai Style’ ($18) with avocado, papaya, watercress, and spicy chili glaze. Juniper has a full menu of enticing wraps and sandwiches, shared plates, sliders, salads and entrees.



If you’re a true chili head, Juniper Bar’s Fire Breathing Burger is not to be missed.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

RITA COSBY JOINS MELISSA RIVERS TO CELEBRATE BOOK

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The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, And Manipulation
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Rita Cosby And Melissa Rivers



THE MOMS, Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein, hosted a Mamarazzi® Lunch Event with Television Producer, Host and celebrity parent Melissa Rivers yesterday at Juniper Bar in New York City. The event brought together influential moms and media to celebrate Melissa’s new book, The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, And Manipulation, offering a behind the scenes look at one of the most celebrated mother-daughter relationships.



Guests at the event, hosted in conjunction with Chevy Tri-State, were treated to a sampling of delicious menu items from the newly-opened Juniper Bar in the exclusive downstairs VIP lounge.



Guests gathered around as Melissa Rivers discussed life growing up and her deep, personal bond with her mother, larger-than-life Comedian the late Joan Rivers – the subject of her new book The Book of Joan. She told the captive audience that, “Our mother-daughter relationship was so real. Everyone saw a bit of themselves in our relationship.”



She shared anecdotes of unique moments with her mother, including when immediately after her son Cooper was born, her mother took off and ran away with him quipping, “He was her favorite accessory.”



After the documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work came out in 2010, the world became aware of how hard Joan worked in her day-to-day life, with rarely a day taken off. Melissa told the audience that she her mom’s work ethic was something normal until around 7 years ago, when she told her mom she was tired. It took reassurance from Joan and a step back to realize that her mother was no ordinary workaholic and had energy unlike any other person she knew.



Melissa, like her mother, has worked incredibly hard to achieve success in the entertainment industry. In fact, she found that to succeed in the entertainment industry as the daughter of a famous parent, she has had to work extremely hard to reach the point where she is today.



“You may get the interview, but you may not get the job. If you get the job, you have to work ten times harder to prove yourself because people are going to think you got the job because of who you know,” she said.



During the Mamarazzi town-hall, Denise Albert’s mother stood up and told the audience about one time when she was in the waiting room at the pediatrician’s office when Denise and her brother were kids and in ran Joan carrying infant Melissa wearing a bathrobe.



To conclude, Melissa told the crowd gathered that her mother imparted an important saying that will stick with her forever. “She always said that this too shall pass. When things are good and bad, appreciate it or know you’re going to get through it because it doesn’t last.”