Your Last Chance To Eat At The World’s Best Restaurant

Only a few seats left to Fall's most coveted affair

By The Editors
September 24, 2015 9:00 am

In 2014, Copenhagen eatery Noma was named the best restaurant in the world.

In 2015, it fell to a still commendable third.

Next year, it’s closing.

But not before stopping in New York September 29th for a one-night-only, 100-seat dinner and fundraiser for The 14th Factory, a not-for-profit multimedia art project designed by acclaimed artist Simon Birch.

And your place at the table can be found right here … for exactly eight more hours.

The auction for the sole remaining tickets to the sold-out event closes today. Bidding ends at 7pm EST.

What to expect:

The culinary feats of Noma Chef René Redzepi on full display in the future home of The 14th Factory: 150,000-square-foot NYC landmark 23 Wall Street, former home of JP Morgan & Co. and a nationally registered historic place since 1972.

All proceeds from the evening and Birch’s exhibition — opening April 2016 — will benefit charities for the aid of inner-city youth and disadvantaged children.

Good eats; better cause.

Bon appétit.

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