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An outpost of Nordic gastronomy in the heart of New York, Agern has made a name for itself by emphasizing local ingredients and seasonal cooking.

Claus Meyer has been the “elder statesman” of Scandi cooking since the New Nordic Cuisine Manifesto was published in 2004, based in large part on his values and ideals. After co-founding Noma with René Redzepi and building a small gastronomic empire in Denmark, Meyer picked up and moved to the US.

Meyer opened Agern—a Michelin-starred restaurant—right in New York City’s iconic Grand Central Station. Agern is celebrated for its adherence to the New Nordic principles of locally sourced ingredients and seasonal menus. So here you’ll find fresh ingredients from the New York area prepared in Nordic fashion for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Agern
Grand Central Terminal
89 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
United States

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