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$79 for a modern European dinner for two ($154 value)
- One appetizer (up to a $24 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $94 value)
- Two cocktails or glasses of wine (up to a $36 value)
$158 for a modern European dinner for four ($308 value)
- Two appetizers (up to a $48 value)
- Four entrees (up to a $188 value)
- Four cocktails or glasses of wine (up to a $72 value)
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The Living Room at c/o The Maidstone
Like the boutique hotel in which it's located, The Living Room provides visitors with a cozy, yet upscale home away from home. And like c/o The Maidstone, the slow-food restaurant reflects hotelier Jenny Ljungberg's Scandinavian roots. In the kitchen, Executive Chef Michael Massetti and Swedish Creative Chef Jakob Berlin use imported products from Sweden along with seasonal, organic, and locally sourced ingredients—some of which come from their very own herb garden—to create a lineup of Nordic staples ranging from Löjrom brioche to classic Swedish meatballs. Learn more about a few of the other Scandinavian dishes found on the menu:
- Köttbullar: Otherwise known as Swedish meatballs, these savory treats are served with french fries, pickled cucumber, and jam made from lingonberries—a tart staple of Scandinavian cuisine.
- Fried oysters: In staying true to its sustainable philosophy, the restaurant's fresh oysters are caught from the nearby Peconic Bay and are prepared with seasonal accents.
- Toast skagen: Similar to bruschetta, this dish consists of a small piece of sautéed bread topped with shrimp or prawns, among other ingredients. At The Living Room these include löjrom, or vendace, a small whitefish native to Swedish shores.