New York, NY 10014
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Discover the vibrant spirit of St. Tropez in the heart of the ‘tres chic’ Meatpacking District. Brasserie Beaumarchais embodies the philosophy of the French Renaissance man Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais from whom this charming and decadent eatery was named. A showcase of iconic artwork, live performances, and a rotation of European DJ’s make this restaurant the destination in New York City. The brasserie-style menu features classic French dishes with modern twists and seasonal ingredients, while the lively ambiance draws guests from around the world for our famous champagne Brunch parties and thrillingly inventive bottle presentations. Whether you come for the delectable food or the exciting ambiance, Beaumarchais delivers an unforgettable dining experience. - See more at: http://www.brasseriebeaumarchais.com/?page_id=7#sthash.TDIwXocV.dpuf
Tips from foursquare
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 you’re in the mood to people-watch, sidle up to the bar for a bottle of Moët 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!
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.
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