Your New Midtown Lunch Destination: Villard Michel Richard

Whether you’re sightseeing, looking for a place to host a business lunch, or just on the hunt for New York City’s most exciting new culinary destination, Villard Michel Richard is a perfect spot for an exceptional lunch in a casual environment.

Located in the historic Villard Mansion at The New York Palace, the restaurant showcases the creative and masterful culinary techniques of Chef Michel Richard. During lunch hours, Villard’s casual bistro-style setting encourages conversation and emphasizes comfort.

Begin your meal with one of the appetizing starters – Tuna & Watermelon Tartare and Burrata & Cherry Tomatoes among them – or a market salad, crafted with either chopped chicken, goat cheese, roasted beets and more. The restaurant’s range of sandwiches and entrees exemplify the witty presentations and distinct style of  Michel Richard. The Villard Burger adds carefully considered details to a lunchtime staple, while the Flatiron Tuna Burger, Michel’s Fried Chicken and the Hanger Steak are augmented takes on classic American favorites. The Mushroom Risotto of Pearl Pasta and the Lobster Burger take lunch up a level, adding refinement and innovation unseen at other lunch restaurants in Midtown East.

Burrata

Villard Michel Richard – located at The Palace – is in the heart of Midtown East. Just minutes from Rockefeller Center and steps off Madison Avenue, the restaurant is ideal for a casual lunch with friends, a corporate chat over fine fare, or a stop amid your Manhattan sightseeing adventures.

Celebrate midday: Savor lunch at Villard Michel Richard.

Lunch at Villard Michel Richard

  • Monday – Sunday: 11:45am – 2:30pm

View the Villard Michel Richard lunch menu.

Fried Chicken

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