Bookend your day of visuals and performances at Frieze with some art of the culinary kind. From unique Roman-style pizza to exquisite cocktails, we’ve got you taken care of.
Eat: Sensational Slices at PQR
Angelo Iezzi’s Roman-style pizza is hard to resist. Go classic with the Buffalina pie’s heaping mounds of mozzarella and fresh basil, or spice things up with the pumpkin and bacon slice. 1631 Second Avenue (between East 84th and 85th Streets)
Do: An Artful Stroll Around the Frieze Art Fair
Frieze New York exhibits works by new and established artists from around the world and hosts live performance art, artist and curator talks, and interactive projects. Randall’s Island Park
Drink: Neighborhood-Inspired Sips at 2nd Floor
Just above one of the city’s most historic Jewish delis is a cocktail lounge catering to the modern drinker. No matter how old you are, though, the mulled Manischewitz is a must. 1442 First Avenue (at East 75th Street)