Brasserie Beaumarchais: New Name, Same Soul
by Eric Wasnick
Friday, July 01, 2011

In early 2011, 13th Street Entertainment, the parent company behind Kiss & Fly and RdV, introduced Brasserie Beaumarchais (formerly Bagatelle) to the Meatpacking District. Although Bagatelle closed, Brasserie Beaumarchais has breathed new life into the venue while maintaining their French soul and signature menu created by their Executive Chef and Iron Chef champion Nicolas Cantrel. Brasserie Beaumarchais offers unparalleled hospitality and welcoming ambiance that continues to offer the ultimate dining experience.

This elegant and lively eatery is perhaps most popular for their globally renowned “Le Grand Brunch”. Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, guests are transported to the South of France under the glitter of chandeliers and the rhythmic serenade of the finest DJ’s St. Tropez has to offer. Popular brunch dishes include the Eggs Beaumarchais (smoked almond, poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce) and the Salmon Filet. For drinks consider Beaumarchais' signature St. Germain cocktail “Decadence” (St. Germain, Belvedere, syrup, strawberry). Brasserie Beaumarchais can accommodate up to 150 guests for those interested in events with a distinct European flair and décor. Whether patrons decide to come for the delicious food or their famous afternoon “Le Grand Brunch” extravaganza, Beaumarchais offers an unforgettable experience.

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