Silkstone’s first restaurant, The Fat Radish, opened in October of 2010 on the Lower East Side. Serving up elevated home-cooking with a concentration on seasonal vegetables and heritage meats, The Fat Radish is an open room with exposed brick and wooden farm tables. For more information about the restaurant, or to book a reservation, please visit our website at We’re open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Please also check out our online cookbook of recipes from our kitchen, located on our website, or by clicking here: The Fat Radish Cookbook.
In May of this year, Silkstone partnered with boutique hotel group, King & Grove (the same gentlemen behind The Surf Lodge) to open new hotel, restaurant and bar, Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk. With dishes like Montauk White Clam Pizza with Chili & Parsley and Chilled Lobster Salad with Shaved Fennel & Local Lettuces, the menu at Ruschmeyer’s embraces the seasonal summer produce and the best seafood of the area. In addition to the dinner menu, every morning breakfast was available at the breakfast nook (run by the legendary, Floyd). With fresh made avocado on toast, banana bread, yoghurt with seasonal fruit and granola, and coffee by Jack’s Coffee. With an outside bar, nineteen rooms, a dance floor (located in The Electric Eel), bikes for loan, and in close proximity to the beaches, Ruschmeyer’s is the perfect summer spot.
Silkstone’s new loft space, located around the corner from The Fat Radish, is an ideal venue for 20-50 guests for a variety of events from seated dinners to cocktail parties, birthday celebrations and bridal showers. With a full kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows boasting great views of New York, Silkstone can create a custom experience in our new unique downtown setting.