Somewhere between a John Barrett Salon and a collection of Etro evening wear lies Bergdorf Goodman's namesake eatery, located on the department store's seventh floor. There, signature dishes are churned out daily, like the establishment-loved Gotham Salad (piled high with beets, hard-boiled eggs, and bacon) and the indulgent (and surprisingly gluten-free!) chocolate-hazelnut dessert.
On March 24, The Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook brings these addictive recipes to life outside Fifth Avenue, providing food and fashion lovers alike with a curated collection of classic dishes from the kitchens of industry bigwigs. Take Deborah Needleman's Meyer lemon pasta, for example: It's as delicate as Manolos, and as simple as a chambray shirt. And, what could be more delicious than a combo that fabulous?