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The Flame Game

Fun, festival, multiethnic cuisine… The waiters set dishes on fire… Bonnie Davidson writes in the Dish du Jour section of IN New York, “A vaulted tin ceiling, zinc bar (offering 102 cognacs by the glass) and baguette tower topped with round oversized clocks are the first-but certainly not the only-attention-grabbing elements you encounter at Brasserie Cognac, a classic Parisian outpost near …


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My Latest Discovery is…

Ivana Trump writes in the Ivana-logues section of Page Six Magazine, “I hosted a wonderful lunch at my new favorite restaurant, Midtown’s Brasserie Cognac, which I absolutely adore.” Read Full Article For press inquiries, please contact Caroline Alexa McBride.


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Off the Menu

Florence Fabricant writes in the Dining & Wine section of The New York Times, “The Serafina guys, Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato, keep expanding their culinary portfolio, first with Geisha, then with Brasserie Cognac and now with this brick-walled Mexican spot.” Read Full Article For press inquiries, please contact Caroline Alexa McBride.


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Best New Midtown Restaurant

Editors write in the The Spirit – West Side section of New York Press, “Brasserie Cognac’s menu includes such French staples as “Soupe a L’Oignon,” “Salade Nicoise” and “Steak Frites,” all done to perfection.” Read Full Article For press inquiries, please contact Caroline Alexa McBride.


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Where Old Becomes Nouveau

Bistro Stereotypes Are Cast Aside at Two New Eateries Paul Adams writes in the Food & Drink section of The New York Sun, “But the mirrors are bright and new, as though to telegraph that this is not a revivified antique but a living, productive restaurant of today.” Read Full Article For press inquiries, please contact Caroline Alexa McBride.


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New Eatery on Bistro Row

Brasserie Cognac offers well-prepared classic fare; steaks can be petite Bob Lape writes in the Business Lives section of Crain’s New York, “One of seven salads offered here, Cesar au Caviar, sends our sense of Caesar in a delightful new direction. Many guests prefer the creamy caviar dressing to an anchovy-studded toss.” Read Full Article For press inquiries, please contact Caroline …


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The French Revival

Andrea Strong writes in the Food section of New York Post, “Cognac may not be the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of French food or drink – perhaps lillet or a kir – but it’s the hook at this sprawling, new classic Parisian Brasserie from Serafina owners Fabio Granato and Vittorio Assaf.” Read Full Article For …