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“Brasserie established itself as a place in New York where people from all walks of life meet, cross paths and dine side by side, fostering a culture all its own. Its classics like Frisée aux Lardons have become proven favorites that may never go out of style,” explains Nick Valenti, CEO of Patina Restaurant Group.

Brasserie first opened in the Seagram Building in 1959, and beginning September 17th it will celebrate its 50th Anniversary. New York’s first brasserie, it brought a beloved culinary style to the city and sparked a lasting trend in dining here. It was New York’s first to offer 24-hour service in the tradition of brasseries in France.


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