Date Night Spot: Brasserie Beaumarchais

Mar 7th 2011 10 Comments

Formerly known as Bistro Bagatelle (my fabulush b-day brunch spot), Brasserie Beaumarchais re-opened last week with a revamped French bistro menu by resident chef Nicholas Cantrel (who recently won an Iron Chef battle against Chef Marc Forgione). I had the wonderful opp to check out the new digs & dinner with the bf, during their Friends & Family preview.

Check out the delish dinner we had that eve…

Gnocchi A La Parisienne: homemade gnocchi with black truffle pesto filling and truffle butter sauce

Calamars A La Plancha: calamari a la plancha, shishito peppers, ginger, cilantro

Pommes Frites

Coquilles Saint Jacques Au Caviar: pan seared sea scallops, leek fondue, beurre blanc sauce topped with caviar

BEST EVAH*** – Carre D’Agneau Grillees: grilled lamb chops, potato and goat cheese gratin, black olive sauce

And…this resty always attracts a fabulous & beautiful NYC Crowd –

For reservations: Brasserie Beaumarchais / Twitter: BeaumarchaisNYC / FB

Brasserie Beaumarchais is one of my abs favs NYC Date Night Spots – and, please be sure to order those lamp chops on your next visit!

kissies,

10 Comments to “Date Night Spot: Brasserie Beaumarchais”

  1. Kristin says:

    And now I ‘m starving!

  2. Aww midtown bf! I would definitely love the lamb and I had to say I’m surprised you had your Gucci bag on the floor!

  3. Lianne says:

    OMG those fries look YUM! Let’s go next time I am in town!! xo L

  4. Sarah says:

    Such a delish date!! I’m sooo jealous 😉

    xoxo

  5. wow the bf is so handsome! You two look so good together. 🙂
    the food looks so good. gotta get a snack now.

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