Pet food maker Fancy Feast opens human restaurant in New York based on its cat food recipes

Cat food meal maker Fancy Feast, which is owned by Purina, is opening a limited time restaurant in New York with recipes inspired by the Fancy Feast Medley.

The Italian-style trattoria will bring the mealtime experience of cats to life for cat owners and cat lovers through a variety of delicious dishes and culinary exercises.

(We checked. We thought it was an April Fool’s release. But Open Table has a reservation for it).

The restaurant featuring the Gatto Bianco menu was developed by Fancy Feast’s in-house chef, Amanda Hassner, along with Michelin Star winning Italian chef and acclaimed New York restaurateur Cesare Casella.

The dishes (for humans!) take inspiration from Fancy Feast Medleys recipes and pay homage to traditional Italian cuisine.

Gatto Bianco will be open for dinner on Aug, 11 and Aug. 12 only, with four reservations per evening at 6:30pm. Doors open at 6pm. Each reservation will accommodate two guests.

Guests must be age 21+. Reservations will open for booking on Aug. 4 at Noon on a first come, first served basis.

The restaurant will be open in the Meat Packing District and named for “white cat”. Its inspiration comes from the Florentine Collection created by Hassner which features garden greens in a “delicate sauce.”

Florentine Collection


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Florentine Collection

Hassner says the menu at Gatto Bianco will also be “prepared in ways that help cat owners understand how their cats experience food – from flavor, to texture, to form.”

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