Beaumarchais

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Details
409 W 13th St (btwn 9th Ave. & Washington St.)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 675-2400
French, Breakfast
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Fri: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM

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  • Le Grand Brunch, the Sat. affair with magnums of Champagne, pretty girls dancing on tables, & a tab best skipped out on, is back under the name Beaumarchais. Nicolas Cantrel is still the head chef.
  • If youre in the mood to people-watch, sidle up to the bar for a bottle of Mot champagne and an ounce of Petrossian Ossetra caviar.
  • Order the giant Cote de Boeuf Pour Deux, then request it be sided by a creamy garlic/thyme butter/mushroom puree flecked with crispy Serrano ham and trumpet royale mushrooms seared in duck fat.
  • Go to Bagatelle for the crazy, yet fun Brunch Party! The food is amazing!
  • Sundays apparently are the shit in here
  • The brunch is flat out crazy. $3000!
  • My first time there on Friday! Amazing! So much fun!
  • Crap! Don't waste your $$$ here! Horrendous Service Horrible Food! Crap teenage music ! And cocktails not even worth mentioning ! Not too long before this place closes ! Does not deserve to be in MPD
  • Bagatelle has been transformed into this meat-heavy French brasserie. Chef Nicolas Cantrel's menu features hearty Gallic dishes, veal chops, a roasted leg of lamb."- Time Out New York
  • Dress fancy or they won't let you in. We had to leave since our friends couldn't get in. Oh, also $70 for 5 mimosas, fyi on pricing.
  • Hottest girls in new York city come here on Thursday nights, and the Sunday brunch party, 3-6pm. Don't bother trying to get in without smokestacks.
  • Two unisex bathroom stalls for an entire restaurant/bar...really?
  • Boozy brunch, bring friends. Featuring Le Shotboard with 20 shots and sparklers. DJ in the house.
  • Champagne brunches, live burlesque, and a weekend dance floor set the tone at this St. Tropez-inspired eatery.
  • Saturday brunch that transforms into a Meatpacking day club at 3pm. Sick DJs, girls in clubbing attire, dancing on chairs. One of my all time favorite spots
  • Meatpacking: Everything is special.. and delicious. And you pay for it.
  • the Sunday brunch party is the best around!
  • Try Brasserie Beaumarchais' The Bloody Beaumarchais which is made with freshly ground Himalayan salt, so you can taste Everest while only having to ascend a few L train steps.
  • Too hungover to leave your place for a boozy Sunday brunch? No worries! Learn "How to throw a champagne brunch" with this video! http://ow.ly/6zXTA
  • Call in advance and ask when the DJ is starting and then make a reservation for 30 minutes prior so you have a little time to hang with the Bachelor before bringing the ladies to entertain him.