Introducing the Milton

Eloquence and Excellence meets Dining on the Upper East Side

An innovative dining and drinking establishment has found its home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. 13th Street Entertainment’s Tomas Maher of the NY Shamrocks, has joined forces with Chef David E. Diaz, formerly of Brasserie Beaumarchais to open “The Milton” this coming Friday.

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Combined with Maher and Diaz’s downtown vibe, uptown restaurant veterans Liam Moore (Harley’s Smoke Shack) and John Hayes (Doc Watsons) have integrated their expertise to create a truly unforgettable, relaxed, yet sophisticated food and beverage experience.

The establishment prides itself in serving up a long list of signature cocktails, starting at $11, from its full service bar. The 1800 square foot space boasts high beam ceilings and stunning décor. The handpicked reclaimed lumber from M. Fine in Brooklyn gives the room a rustic, country feel and a bar scene to appeal to patrons after a hard day’s work.

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The food, complimentary to the space, is all about comfort. Nosh on their truffle chicken nuggets with red beet sweet and sour sauce, $12, cottage pie of stout-braised beef shot rib, $22 or the house favorite The Milton Burger, a unique blend of prime beef served with traditional British chips and malt vinegar mayo, $18.

Tomas Maher

Tomas Maher

The Milton is located at 1754 2nd Avenue (between 91st and 92nd streets) and will be open from 4 p.m. until late. It is equipped with tablet and phone charging stations, nooks and snugs for private conversations, and the welcoming smile of Upper East Side stalwart General Manager Paul Mooney.

For more information, please visit http://www.themiltonnyc.com or call 212-369-1900.

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