Tastes and Tunes: New York City Welcomes Rockography Restaurant

Here's a pleasant introduction: Audiophiles, meet Foodies. Foodies, meet Audiophiles. Where? New York City's newest dining digs: Rockography.

We hear that as of March, at the corner of 13th Street and 6th Avenue, Rockography will open its doors shedding the spotlight on classic American comfort food with an authentic rock n'roll twist.

The restaurants ill be decked out with high def video monitors that will broadcast archived concert footage as well as vintage concert posters. A veritable library of renowned photos snapped by photojournalist Chris Walter will line the walls, as well. Walters has captured the images of top dogs like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Who. Authentic Woodstock Festival photos, captured by Jason Laure, will also be on display.

Executive Chef Ted Cipollini rounds out the sounds and sights with scintillating snacks (think mini beef corndogs; 16 oz. 'F.U. burgers' topped with onion rings, fried tomatoes, maple bacon, and more; sliders; chicken & waffles; Frito pie chili and deep fried PB&J.

Brunch buff? Check out the spot on weekends when they roll out a Bloody Mary bar and bottomless Bellinis.

For more information visit www.rockographycafe.com.

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