Sponsored Love: Re-Imagined Weekend Lunch Has Arrived For The Uptown Palette

Celebrate your weekends at INTERSECT just thirty minutes away from Harlem with the all‑new re-imagined lunch menu in 14th Street The Lounge in NYC, offered Saturdays and Sundays.

Taste Lexus Culinary Master Chef Nickolas Martinez’s izakaya-inspired lunch dishes, the Wagyu Katsu Bao Bun, and Shrimp Donburi Bowl, paired with the light and refreshing Sol de Fresa and Aloe & Goodbye lunch cocktails, to make for the perfect weekend respite.

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Sip Into Summer

As temperatures continue to rise and the days stretch longer in NYC, INTERSECT is offering a variety of delicious cocktails and beverages that embody the sweet sense of summer with a refreshing twist.

We sat down with INTERSECT’s Beverage Director, Gabi Neuberg, and resident mixologist, Dana Lachenmayer, to discuss the perfect summer cocktail, their favorite warm‑weather ingredients, and which beverages symbolize summer at The Lounge and Manresa.

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INTERSECT by Lexus is a unique, permanent space in select global cities where people can experience the ethos of the Lexus lifestyle without getting behind the steering wheel of one of our cars.

At its heart, INTERSECT by Lexus is a manifestation of Omotenashi, a Lexus core value characterized by an unwavering commitment to exceptional hospitality.

Neither a dealership nor a traditional retail space, INTERSECT by Lexus is a place for guests to be entertained, inspired, and educated.

In Tokyo, Dubai, and New York, it serves as a creative space where ideas and people converge.

INTERSECT by Lexus, NYC, 412 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014, 212.230.5832, intersect-nyc.com/

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