Eating and Drinking at the Fair

Visit pop-ups of New York's most talked-about restaurants at the fair

Visitors can enjoy New York City’s most talked-about restaurants including returning Frieze favorites Court Street Grocers, Frankies Spuntino, Roberta’s and TYME Fast Food and Roberta's alongside new additions The Fat Radish, Gertie, Foul Witch by Blanca, Black Fox Coffee and Café Artois.

Ruinart returns for the third year as the official Champagne Partner for Frieze New York.

Black Fox Coffee’s celebrated coffee experience comes to life at Frieze, thanks to coffee beans supplied by acclaimed producer George Howell and Black Fox’s world class baristas. Black Fox offers a selection of pastries from local Arcade Bakery, donuts by Du’s Donuts and Black Fox’s own trademark cookies.

Café Artois invites attendees to enjoy a taste of Europe during the Frieze New York 2018, by slowing down and enjoying a cold Stella Artois® in the cozy Café Artois—with perfectly paired bites.

Court Street Grocers return to the fair, offering freshly prepared salads, sandwiches and locally sourced beverages.

Foul Witch by Blanca brings visitors of Frieze New York a new restaurant with a menu by acclaimed Chef Carlo Mirarchi, co-founder of the two-Michelin Star Blanca and the iconic Roberta’s in Brooklyn.

Frankies Spuntino group recreates their classic Frankies dining room with a full-service restaurant and bar featuring classic Italian cocktails and a wine list featuring small producers from across Italy. 

Gertie offers a sneak peak of what's to come with freshly baked breakfast pastries and a selection of bialy sandwiches and seasonal salads alongside a curated selection of beer & wine, juices & tonics. At Frieze, Gertie pops-up alongside with Counter Culture Coffee adding a quality coffee bar to the mix.

Roberta's Bakery and Stumptown Coffee Roasters are partnering to bring Frieze New York visitors an exclusive experience featuring the best of the best including: Roberta’s Bakery pastries, sweets and breads; Stumptown Coffee Roasters espresso drinks, cold brew and drip coffee; a special all day Rosé menu; Roberta’s #pizzagate and Roberta's 257 beers.

The Fat Radish is a British influenced, Farm to Table restaurant standing eight years in the Lower East Side, Manhattan. Their menu uses seasonal and local produce from neighboring farms and Heritage proteins raised from sustainable practices. They operate a full-service 65-seat indoor restaurant and private outdoor deck, with lunch & dinner options plus seasonal cocktails & wine.

TYME Fast Food is back serving ready to eat meals that are filling, delicious and nutritiously balanced. Perfect for when you are on the move at Frieze this year. 

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