Wine bar: Merlot, Sauvignon, Chardonnay or Champagne.
Cocktail bar: long or short drinks, with or without alcohol.
Cafe: coffees, chocolate-croissants, viennoiseries or hot meals.
Catering is an artisanal activity providing unique experiences with food and beverage for events such as weddings, business meetings, exhibitions and other social occasions.
Café Boulud in the Upper East Side (New York City) reflects Daniel Boulud’s mantra of tradition, seasonality, vegetables and world cuisine. Its three stars in the New York Times rankings and one-star Michelin Guide rating make Café Boulud a firm favorite with locals and visitors from further afield alike. Executive Chef Aaron Bludorn and his team serve breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week in relaxed but elegant surroundings, indoors or on the terrace, a short stroll from Central Park. The adjacent Bar Pléiades serves some of the neighborhood’s finest cocktails and is perfect for a gathering or intimate rendez-vous. Wine is a key feature of the restaurant’s philosophy and the aim is variety both in terms of origin and price, from good quality $39-a-bottle French cellar staples right through to an iconic Romanée-Conti 2009 for $12,000. A selection of 35 wines is available by the glass starting at just $10. The wine list is curated to bring out the best in the menu devised by Chef Daniel Boulud and Executive Chef Aaron Bludorn with original pairings such as striped bass and sauce Meurette with Vosne-Romanée from Burgundy. Expect the unexpected with the “Le Voyage” section of the menu, packed with novel and exciting combinations such as Vietnamese-style sea bass with tamarind and turmeric served with Italian Orange wine or a Croatian red. Vegetarians are also well catered for and this care extends to the wine selection with organic, biodynamic and naturally produced cuvées. The wine list is not restricted to French and American bottles. Diners can take up the challenge of pairing items on the frequently updated menu with wines from all over the world. An additional plus point is the fine dessert wine list featuring ports, sherries, late harvest wines and eight vintages of Château d’Yquem. The extensive selection of traditional French post-dinner digestifs includes vintage Calvados, Armagnac and super-premium Cognac. Bon appétit NYC!
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