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Welcome Paris' Le Verre Vole to Brooklyn with this exclusive a la carte dinning experience.

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Partake in Some of the Best Food and Wine from Around the World at New York's The Four Horsemen

Get a taste of the cult Parisian natural wine bar, Le Verre Volé, this week only

The Fifth Horseman series celebrates some of the world's most iconic neighborhood restaurants and influential wine bars around the world. For two days only, the cult Parisian natural wine bar, Le Verre Volé, will be featured during a special pop-up at The Four Horsemen on Tuesday, Sept. 13 and Wednesday, Sept. 14. This is Le Verre Volé's very first collaboration in the states. Establishments, which include London's Rochelle Canteen and Montreal's Nora Gray, have already popped by, with additional international favorites coming through the year.



Le Verre Volé is an institution in Paris and an underground favorite of the food industry. New Yorkers interested in this wine bar will be able to participate in the full experience for two nights only. The team and staff will be following the same tradition in Paris where natural wine is served only by recommendations, not by list, all coming from The Four Horsemen's cellar.

The menu will feature a seafood-focused a la carte menu with sharable plates that include fried crudo and sashimi-style preparations, as well as, classic dishes from the restaurant, such as blood pudding, sausage, leg of lamb, and monkfish. The final menu will be a collaboration between the Le Verré Vole team and The Four Horsemen's chef, Nick Curtola. 

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