(This feature was published in Spot.ph last August 8, 2018)
You might be familiar with the historic New York landmark that Flatiron 1771 was named after–that triangular, 22-storey building that’s just as quintessential to the Big Apple’s identity as the Statue of Liberty. And, if you haven’t heard, the Uptown Mall restaurant is practically an ode to New York City–from the looks and vibe, down to the food.
Opened in 2016, Flatiron 1771 has been through three makeovers since then. Now with a new and more relaxed facade, you’ll feel like you’re at some trendy restaurant with chic, New York-inspired interiors that are highlighted by black and white moldings, brick-wall accents, and industrial light fixtures. Chef Vicky Pacheco, who helms the kitchens of 1771 Group of Restaurants, best describes Flatiron’s cuisine as, “Modern American dishes with European and Asian touches to embody the melting pot of international mix that is New York.”
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