The legendary Parisian establishment, Caviar Kaspia, has finally made its way to the Big Apple, setting up shop at the opulent Mark Hotel on the Upper East Side. This much-anticipated new restaurant and caviar boutique, designed by the famed Jacques Grange, exudes the same inviting aura as its original counterpart in Paris, frequented by celebrities since its inception in 1927.
In perfect harmony with the elegance of The Mark, Caviar Kaspia showcases old-world charm with Parisian flair, tailored to the dynamic pulse of Manhattan. Featuring the iconic blue tablecloths and luxurious emerald green mohair banquettes, wood-paneled walls, and other sumptuous details, every corner of this sophisticated space is a feast for the senses.
Embracing the “Art of Caviar,” Caviar Kaspia’s extensive menu boasts an array of delights, including the signature twice-baked potato topped with caviar, smoked salmon blinis, bottarga, and even vegetarian caviar crafted from liquified and spherized truffles, pasta with caviar, and more. With eight different types of farm-raised caviar, sourced from multiple regions worldwide, patrons can indulge in a variety of tastes, perfectly paired with champagne or a shot of vodka.
For those looking to take a piece of Caviar Kaspia home, the landmark caviar boutique offers a wide range of delicacies and delights, perfect for indulging in the ultimate gourmet gift or at-home extravagance.
Occupying the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue, the addition of the cult eatery Caviar Kaspia at The Mark Hotel adds yet another distinctively exquisite experience to its already impressive repertoire of unparalleled luxury offerings for guests, solidifying its status as a beacon of French style.