Designer Ralph Lauren has revealed plans for his 35,000-square foot flagship on Fifth Ave, which will include a restaurant, bar, and coffee shop. In an interview with Style, he explains the unexpected union by saying:
Having already pioneered the eat-and-shop destination in Chicago and Paris, there’s no word on whether New Yorkers can expect hearty-sounding “classics” from the Chicago menu like crab cakes Benedict and calf’s liver or the lighter fare in Paris, like the open-faced smoked salmon sandwich and lobster salad options.
Otherwise tight-lipped on Manhattan’s dining options, Lauren reveals to Style having just noshed on a brownie and coffee at Ralph’s—the coffee store’s shop portion to-be. Here’s hoping they’ll be as decadent-sounding as the vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce covered ones served at Ralph’s in Paris.
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