Hey New York, have you heard about the latest addition to New York City’s steakhouse brigade, Atto (act in Italian) located at 120 E. 39 St. in the heart of Murray Hill with two intriguing attractions that distinguish the 108-seat restaurant from its bovine centric brethren.
Seasoned restaurateurs and brothers John and Mirso Lekic, the principals of Sylvan Hospitality, also own the nearby Tudor City Steakhouse, which, like Atto, is situated in a historic, residential district and just three blocks from Grand Central Terminal.
John Lekic is a highly regarded chef in the Hudson Valley, whose popular Chefs & Farmers restaurant have spawned thriving food truck and catering operations. Mirso Lekic has managed, owned and / or operated several high-profile restaurants in New York City for nearly three decades. This six-stool crudo bar has a 60-seat dining room with the ability to utilize the stunning 1500 sq. ft. Penthouse of The Tuscany, a Signature St Giles Hotel, with fireplace, chef’s kitchen and 1700 sq. ft wrap-around terrace boasting panoramic views of the Empire State and Chrysler Building, for Atto special events, such as wine dinners, and for private functions for up 80 guests.
Atto offers lunch and dinner daily, along with all day bar and lounge dining. Soon an a la carte breakfast will be served Monday through Friday, while a buffet morning meal will be offered on weekends.
120 E 39TH Street
New York, NY 10016