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Restaurant Reviews for Brasserie

posted on October 13, 2016
review by Daria Frum

Absinthe’s wine list has been bringing its brasserie-style fare to life since 1998. Classic dishes like Tsar Nicoulai caviar and steak tartare call for a glass of Champagne, like the Sainte-Anne Brut from Chartogne-Taillet. For brunch, go for the chive-potato cakes topped with shredded duck confit, wild mushrooms, poached ...Read the full review

posted on July 7, 2016
review by John Szabo, MS

Newcomer DaiLo might best be described as a Chinese bistro. Chef Nick “Ninja” Liu draws on the dishes of his Hakka ancestors, building them out from local and sustainable ingredients and French techniques, and augmenting them with his own flair. Creations like Mongolian grilled lamb neck with sambal pickle, ...Read the full review

posted on April 25, 2016
review by Caitlin Griffith

Under the JMZ elevated train tracks in south Williamsburg, Semilla is a stylish oasis. From a kitchen in full view of a u-shaped 18-seat bar, Pam Yung and José Ramírez-Ruiz put out some of the most exciting vegetable-forward meals in New York. For $75, the duo offers ten courses, ...Read the full review

posted on September 21, 2015
review by Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli

After racking up numerous accolades for Farmstead in Providence, chef Matt Jennings is back in his hometown of Boston, backed by a team of local all-stars. Meredith Devinney, most recently of Barbara Lynch’s Menton, has put together an eclectic Old-World wine program to complement the Franco–New England ...Read the full review

posted on November 11, 2011
Bluestem Brasserie
review by Luke Sykora

From its geometric wood floor to its gray banquettes, Bluestem exudes mid-20th century modern. The svelte advertising executives of AMC’s Mad Men would probably feel quite at home here. Or would they? Because this steakhouse is no mere throwback, nor is it a stuffy boy’s club. ...Read the full review

posted on March 18, 2009
Marigny Brasserie
review by Sara Roahen

Marigny Brasserie was the dry Cafe Marigny until recently, when it moved up the street to a corner formerly occupied by a nightclub. Thanks to a long-awaited liquor license, chef/sommelier Steve Zucker now offers 130 wines, including 30 smart finds by-the-glass, like Egon Müller’s ‘97 Scharzhofberger Riesling - ...Read the full review