Brasserie

Row 1

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100 E 53rd St (btwn Park & Lexington Ave)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 751-4840
New American, French, American
$ $ $

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  • This Seagram Building classic offers some of the best French fare in town from Chef Luc Dimnets masterful kitchen.
  • beignets for dessert. filled with chocolate sauce... with sauce on the side. cut them in half, fill with ice cream and sauce, imagine me saying I told you so. :)
  • Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro it features a large modern dining room (eat great food) & video monitors showing surveillance camera art of the patrons over the bar (drink fantastic cocktails)
  • The mussels are amazing but extremely big dish!
  • Try the Vanilla Cheesecake Tart - #yum
  • Pea uma sopa de cebola com queijo gratinado. A comida como um todo maravilhosa, mas a sopa... um achado! O ambiente super descolado e d para vir sem reserva no almoo.
  • Relaxing & chic Sex-In-the-City ambiance in NYC (1959) landmark space. 1 of my all-time fave brunch venues & deals: Wkends 10am-4pm $19 2-course +1 cocktail. My usual crave: lobster club (-la-carte)
  • Excellent lunch spot - great, quick service perfect for a business lunch.
  • Amazing food and ambiance! The arquitecture of the place combines different elements so it is part of the dinning experience . Try the Branzino !
  • Chocolate beignets - heavenly
  • The Orange French Toast at brunch is incredible.
  • Sit at the bar and have a drink poured by the one and only Diana
  • Next visit to NYC will include a trip to this brasserie
  • A stunning reincarnation of New York's original 1959 Brasserie, I recommend the grilled branzino
  • The beef short-rib bourguignon caught my eye here, and after tasting, brought tears to them. One of the best meals of my life, for a fairly reasonable $28.
  • Go to Brasserie for Restaurant Week
  • order steak frites with the au pauve sauce ftw! great at odd times like 330pm or am!
  • Great architectural space. American classics done well. Excellent tuna nicoise $26.
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  • Oldie though no longer a goodie. Burnt coffee, untrained wait staff (pouring cream in a nearly empty coffee cup) and a strange execution of raclettethis place has gone way downhill.