If that's not your bag, how about a bibimbap omelette?
The space that once housed Cortez will be split into a bar and a new, hotel-serving restaurant called The Green Room.
It's a first for the 42-year-old restaurant.
It's all green and twinkly in there now, like a backyard patio in a warmer town.
The restaurant is back in action after a brief interruption of regularly scheduled service.
It starts June 26.
27-year-old Devin Gonzalez has taken the helm, and they're now doing Sunday brunch.
Many of the classic Southern dishes remain intact, don't worry. But now there's a tasting menu.
Chef Igancio Mattos is out and Taavo Somer is overhauling the menu.
Plus: Veselka throws a fund-raiser for the Lower East Side Girls Club, and more of today's leftovers.
'People wanted the real deal,' says chef Justin Simoneaux of his New Orleans-inspired menu.
And more of today's leftovers.
The bistro menu is available Thursday through Saturday, 5 to 9 p.m.
Also, they'll be adding a course, bringing the tasting menu to nine courses altogether.
The bar is rehashing some of its retired cocktails.
Newly promoted executive chef Emmanuel Eng is behind it all.
A Danish omelette, or perhaps a grilled romaine salad?