Chef Daniel Boulud’s renowned restaurant delights the senses with elegant ambiance, gracious service and delectable menus in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. This Relais & Châteaux member’s award winning contemporary French cuisine is inspired by the seasons and accompanied by world class wines. The distinctive setting boasts contemporary furnishings and finishes atop the restaurant’s grand neo classical architecture. DANIEL offers the Bellecour Room for private dining and a warm and welcoming Bar & Lounge where guests enjoy creative cocktails, à la carte dining and sumptuous late night desserts. DANIEL is one of only a few Manhattan restaurants to have a coveted two-star Michelin rating.
Café Boulud has become an Upper East Side staple, whose menu is inspired by Daniel Boulud’s four culinary muses: la tradition, classic French cuisine; la saison, seasonal delicacies; le potager, the vegetable garden; and le voyage, flavors of world cuisines. Having earned three stars in the New York Times as well as a star in the Michelin Guide, Café Boulud is both a destination and a neighborhood gem for casually elegant dining, seasonal wine tasting dinners, Sunday brunch and two salons for intimate, private events. The restaurant’s adjacent Bar Pleiades serves some of the neighborhoods finest cocktails and is perfect for a group gathering or intimate get together.
Chef Daniel Boulud has named his chic Upper East Side bar for the beloved French restaurant frequented by Manhattan’s art world elite of the 1970s and 80s. Bar Pleaides is located within the Surrey Hotel and adjacent to Café Boulud. It combines the elegantly attentive service of a fine hotel bar with the distinctive cocktail menu of talented mixology. The cocktails are ever-changing, seasonally-inspired and deliciously sinful, while the menu of bar-friendly faire is prepared by the same care in the Café Boulud kitchen. For the 40 seat bars décor the design drew inspiration from both fashion icon Coco Chanel and the elegant lines of a 1930’s Art Deco bar cart. An L-shaped banquette invites seclusion in intimate spaces.
db Bistro Moderne—home of the famed “db Burger”—is at the midtown crossroads of fashion and theater. This is Daniel Boulud’s contemporary interpretation of the Parisian classic and a restaurant where traditional French cuisine meets the flavors of the American market. The seasonal menu highlights the quality of fine ingredients served in a casual setting. This is one of New York’s top-rated bistros offering easy going, and delicious dining at breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is a favorite pre- and post- theater destination.
Bar Boulud, Daniel Boulud’s casual bistro located across from Manhattan’s Lincoln Center, serves signature house-made terrines and pâtés, along with a delectable menu of impeccably classic and seasonal French bistro cooking. The cellar features affordable wines of Burgundy and the Rhône Valley and the sommelier’s unique by the glass selections from impressive magnums and jeroboams. The main dining room, with its cutting edge contemporary design, includes communal seating at the charcuterie bar and a round tasting table for up to 14 guests. The outdoor terrace, with a Parisian accent, is one of the city’s most appealing. Bar Boulud also offers three private dining rooms adjacent to the wine cellar for private dinners and parties, which are filled with an impressive array of antique wine making tools.
Boulud Sud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s vibrant Mediterranean-inspired restaurant featuring flavors that travel the entire Mediterranean region from the shores of Southern France to the coast of North Africa and beyond. There is an emphasis on grilled fish and lamb as well as an abundance of fresh vegetables on menu sections entitled “De La Mer”, “Du Jardin” and “De La Ferme”. The Mid-Century Modern interiors, including a spacious bar and lounge, are decorated in tones of sunflower yellow and slate grey. The light filled space is framed by floor to ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, pear wood paneling and terrazzo floors, as well as works by famed artist Vik Muniz. The restaurant, with an entrance on West 64th Street, is just steps from Manhattan’s Lincoln Center and is adjacent to Bar Boulud and Épicerie Boulud.
Épicerie Boulud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s eat-in and take-out market on Manhattan’s Upper West Side at Broadway and 64th Street. The market offers the chef’s signature Viennoisserie and house-made charcuterie alongside our own soups, salads, made to order sandwiches, fresh baked breads, pastry and macarons, in addition to artisanal cheeses, courtesy of Saxelby Cheesemongers. On the market shelves you’ll find house-made gourmet foods plus a selection of condiments selected by Daniel and his chefs in their world travels. Épicerie Boulud serves breakfast and lunch, and irresistible gelati, pastry and coffee in the afternoon. In the evening, the atmosphere evolves into an oyster bar with wines by the glass and a daily seasonal plat du jour, making it a gathering place for Upper West Side neighbors and Lincoln Center theater goers alike. In addition to the in-store offerings, the online store offers extensive catering for any occasion and gourmet gift collections, highlighting some of the best of what you’ll find at Épicerie Boulud.
DBGB Kitchen and Bar is Chef Daniel Boulud’s downtown place where the French brasserie meets the American tavern. Guests enjoy 12 varieties of house-made sausage, mouthwatering burgers and towering shellfish platters, in addition to seasonal Lyonnais-inspired bistro cooking. For beer lovers, there are over 20 drafts to choose from and another 75 by-the bottle, plus a full wine list. At dessert, dig into the classics: baked Alaska, soufflés and ice cream sundaes. Interiors take their cue from the Bowery’s history as New York’s industrial restaurant supply neighborhood with floor to ceiling shelves stocked with the restaurant’s own tools, tableware and dry goods, overlooks a partially open kitchen. The sidewalk café, open seasonally, is the perfect spot to enjoy weekend brunch or weekday dinner in warm weather. The private room tucked away through the kitchen accommodates parties for up to 18 people with a view of all the live action at the stove.
Bar Boulud, Boston is Chef Daniel Boulud’s French bistro and wine bar serving the famed terrines and pâtés of Parisian Charcutier Gilles Verot, a complete menu of seasonal French bistro cooking, and a cellar spotlighting the wines of Burgundy and the Rhóne Valley. Located on the ground floor of the Mandarin Oriental Boston, the restaurant is Boulud’s first in the historic city. Diners may enjoy signature French cooking in the restaurant’s Lounge, with sliding glass doors opening onto Boylston Street, at a 17-seat zinc-topped Bar, or within the Dining Room, boasting a charcuterie counter and communal table in addition to rows of comfy booths. Bar Boulud serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
DBGB Kitchen and Bar is Chef Daniel Boulud’s causal French-American restaurant located within CityCenterDC at 9th St. & H NW. DBGB marks the NYC-based chef’s first restaurant in DC, which he describes as his “Tribute to casual American dishes I’ve come to love since moving to the states, all done with a French flair.” Best described as ‘a little bit brasserie, a little bit bistro, half French, half American,’ DBGB serves seven varieties of house-made sausages, three house-ground gourmet burgers, seasonal Lyonnais-inspired cooking, and hit dishes from the original downtown, NYC restaurant.
Café Boulud is at the heart of the historic Brazilian Court Hotel and Beach Club, steps from Worth Avenue and stretches of white sandy beach. Since opening in 2003, the restaurant has become one of Palm Beach’s most coveted dining destinations earning four stars in the Forbes Travel Guide and Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence”. The lounge is a must for cocktails before dinner, and the terrace and private dining rooms are the place to entertain in style, throw a lavish event or host a memorable wedding day. The French- American menu parallels that of Café Boulud New York with a touch of South Florida resort flavor.
DB Bistro Moderne, located in Miami’s downtown district, offers an exciting mix of traditional French bistro cooking and contemporary American flavors. Chef Daniel Boulud shares the energy and style of its renowned Manhattan counterpart, tailored to the rhythm of Miami life. In addition to a welcoming dining area with striking contemporary design and soaring 18 foot ceilings, db Bistro Moderne also includes a stylish bar and lounge, a street-level terrace overlooking the Miami river and two unique private dining rooms accommodating up to 60 guests, as well as a private wine cellar room.
db Brasserie is Chef Daniel Boulud’s contemporary French restaurant at The Venetian® Las Vegas. Named “2014 Restaurant of The Year” by Desert Companion, the menu stays true to Chef Boulud’s signature French-American cooking and modern sensibility by offering updated brasserie classics, including Steak Frites and The Frenchie Burger. Located at the start of Restaurant Row, just off the casino floor, db brasserie is open for dinner as well as early & late happy hour daily and features two private dining rooms for personal and business entertaining as well as full restaurant buy-outs.
Maison Boulud offers the cuisine of a chef steeped in French tradition, yet inspired by decades spent cooking in New York City. Daniel Boulud’s menu is driven by the seasons and bounty of Québec’s local purveyors. You’ll find specialties from Boulud’s New York City restaurants, including Lyonnais charcuterie, Mediterranean flavors, and even some casual burgers, as well as dishes created just for Maison Boulud. The result: refined yet soulful contemporary French food, prepared here by Executive Chef Riccardo Bertolino. While situated in the Ritz-Carlton, the restaurant, its bar & lounge and two private dining rooms, have a vibrant identity all their own, but the ambiance on the Rue Sherbrooke also reflects the renaissance of the Ritz-Carlton’s important place in Montreal life.
Café Boulud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s newly renovated French Brasserie located in the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville, Toronto. The restaurant serves a seasonally changing menu rooted in French tradition, highlighting both bistro classics and contemporary dishes inspired by Chef Daniel’s family meals in Lyon.
A gleaming rotisserie is used to slow-roast chicken à la broche, loin of lamb and even rum scented pineapple. The restaurant is open for dinner seven nights, lunch Monday through Saturday, brunch on Sundays and breakfast daily. A number of seats are also reserved for walk-ins every night.
Our new dining room by London-based designer Martin Brudnizki has a vintage-inspired ambiance highlighted by a comfortable lounge and wraparound banquettes, a dining bar counter, and a semi-private room that accommodates up to eight guests.
d|bar is our spirited lounge on the ground floor serving an array of classic and creative cocktails, and a diverse menu of complete meals and small plates. A DJ spins tunes every night except Sunday from 9:00PM until close.
Sister restaurant to the popular New York outpost, Bar Boulud London at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is the heart of Knightsbridge. The seasonal bistro menu includes an impressive selection of house-made terrines and pâtés, as well as a handful of signature sausages and burgers, adding an American touch to this French inflected bistro and wine bar. The interiors are inspired by a contemporary take on the craft of winemaking with a sleek open kitchen and vaulted ceilings, while the deep, red-leather banquettes and zinc-topped bar create a comfortable and welcoming surrounding for a truly unique London experience. The wine list focuses on Burgundy and the Rhône Valley, including many fine selections by the glass, as well as a wide array of draught and bottled beers. Two private dining rooms await those seeking a more intimate gathering.
Located in the Marina Bay Sands Resort & Casino, just across from the Sands Theatre in the luxury retail and dining atrium, db Bistro Moderne offers an exciting mix of traditional French bistro cooking with contemporary American flavors, and a world-renown collection of signature burgers. Chef Daniel Boulud re-interprets the classic Parisian bistro while sharing the energy and style of the acclaimed original db Bistro Moderne in Midtown Manhattan. The striking, modern-bistro aesthetics includes a stylish 15-seat bar as well as an informal lounge area for casual dining. A private room seating up to 20 is available for personal and business entertaining.
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