Tribeca Neighbors: Atera – Matthew Lightner with Adam Sachs

Chef Matthew Lightner opened Tribeca’s Atera in March 2012 after cooking at Mugaritz in Spain and Castagna in Portland, Oregon, and earning the title of 2010 Food & Wine “Best New Chef.”

Atera has been lauded with three stars by The New York Times, which calls Atera’s cuisine, “a cuisine that uses this-week-only ingredients together with technical sleight of hand to summon up moments of genuine beauty.” Join for a conversation with the chef behind, “one of the most fascinating experiences you can have in a New York City restaurant,” interviewed by Bon Appetit and Travel + Leisure contributing editor Adam Sachs.











When: Wed., Feb. 6, 2013 at 12:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y - Tribeca
200 Hudson St.
212-601-1000
Price: $21
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Chef Matthew Lightner opened Tribeca’s Atera in March 2012 after cooking at Mugaritz in Spain and Castagna in Portland, Oregon, and earning the title of 2010 Food & Wine “Best New Chef.”

Atera has been lauded with three stars by The New York Times, which calls Atera’s cuisine, “a cuisine that uses this-week-only ingredients together with technical sleight of hand to summon up moments of genuine beauty.” Join for a conversation with the chef behind, “one of the most fascinating experiences you can have in a New York City restaurant,” interviewed by Bon Appetit and Travel + Leisure contributing editor Adam Sachs.

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