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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. This modern American restaurant and bar in the Meatpacking District presents locally sourced, seasonal fare reflecting chef Tae Strain's culinary inspirations. Mixologist Aaron Polsky (veteran of Amor y Amargo, Neta, and Eleven Madison Park) has curated an innovative cocktail list that combines seasonal tastes and flavors with advanced spirits-making techniques. Manon spans three floors, with a street-level bar and lounge, and the main dining room at the top. The interior juxtaposes baroque design with industrial elements, creating a space that is welcoming for after-work cocktails or an enjoyable dinner. As the evening progresses, Manon evolves into a destination for late-night drinks and socializing.