Diners with an affluent taste will find Loring Place to be quite the match. Home to a casual, almost Nordic minimsalistic lounge feeling, the restaurant interiors feature original beams from the late 1800s, exposed walls and a warm light that feels as if you've gone from corporate NY to the countryside. And in fact, the art work adorning the walls transport you elsewhere, as the dishes ushered from the kitchen are made using seasonal ingredients and wood-fire techniques that generate unexpected, flavourful combinations. The abundance variety of vegetables and the creative ways they come together are a feast for the eyes and a wonder for your appetite. For Chef Dan Kluger, Loring Place is a homage to the street his father grew up on in the Bronx, and the culinary creations are the result of years of mentorship, careful observation and personal, passionate interpretations.