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The Met Opera Is Now Open For Sunday Brunch With Recitals by Photojournalist Lisa Pacino

The Metropolitan Opera is now open for Sunday Brunch with recitals beginning December 4, 2016 at the Grand Tier Restaurant, Lincoln Center, New York.


The Metropolitan Opera House, 2016. Photograph by Lisa Pacino.

The Met is now open on Sundays. This season the company has opened the doors of the opera house to the public during daytime hours, allowing opera fans the chance to explore areas of the building that were previously closed off and visit our special 50th anniversary exhibitions in Founders Hall. Now we’re expanding this popular initiative by offering Sunday brunch at the Grand Tier Restaurant, featuring performances by rising Met stars.

Beginning Sunday, December 4, 2016 the restaurant will serve brunch from 11AM to 2:30PM, including recitals by young Met artists, accompanied by piano, at 12:15PM and 1:30PM. These performances of popular arias offer a unique opportunity for diners to discover Met stars of the future—while enjoying a Champagne cocktail or two. The house itself will be open from 11AM to 4PM, so that restaurant patrons can experience our exhibitions before or after their meals.


The Metropolitan Opera House, 2016. Photograph by Lisa Pacino.

Sunday Brunch at The Grand Tier: The Grand Tier Restaurant offers modern American cuisine in a stunning setting within the Metropolitan Opera House, beneath spectacular chandeliers and original masterpieces by Marc Chagall. We are pleased to announce that for the first time, The Grand Tier is now open for Sunday Brunch. From 11am to 2:30pm, we will be serving a $39 Prix Fixe that includes Endless Mionetto Prosecco Cocktail. A beautiful selection of a la carte items will also be available. Brioche French Toast and Jamon Eggs Benedict, as well as seasonal delights like Roasted Pumpkin Soup, can be enjoyed alongside our Champagne Bar and recitals by rising Met stars– views of the Lincoln Center fountain are complementary. —Source Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera House, 2016. Photograph by Lisa Pacino.

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