What to Eat This Weekend at Frieze Art Fair

Some of NYC's favorite restaurants will be there. Will you?

This weekend, you can get some culture with your Marlow & Sons's signature brick chicken (which we're sort of obsessed with).

Marlow & Sons is one of three full-service restaurants setting up at this weekend's Frieze Art Fair, during which more than 190 contemporary galleries will descend on Randall's Island Park. The Fat Radish will have a salad bar with seating and Frankies Spuntino is taking reservations.

Aside from the visual treasures on display, there will be some seriously good eats to feast your eyes on, too, with many of the city's favorite restaurants setting up shop: burritos and wings from Mission Cantina, wood-fired pizzas from Roberta's, Court Street Grocers's delicious sandwiches, Blue Bottle Coffee drinks, Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches and more.

In addition to the chicken, Marlow & Sons will serve no-fuss entrees such as arctic char a la nage, braised beef with peas and carrots, and risotto with saffron and peas. 

Frankies Sputinos's extensive menu will offer several of their signature crostini and antipasti, as well house-made pastas (including gnocchi marinara with fresh ricotta) and "Frankies Classics" like meatballs with pine nuts and raisins. See the full menu here.

See you there. We'll be hanging around Momofuku Milk Bar's stand for a piece of crack pie–because the gooey, chewy dessert is a work of art if we've ever seen one.