Terrance Brennan's fine dining restaurant is about to enter its 20th year (!) in business with a brand new look. Diner's Journal reports that Picholine will shutter after service on Saturday so that the space can get a facelift. It will reopen on September 6.
Breannan notes: “This will be the third major renovation...And this time it will get a more contemporary look.” The chandeliers will remain, but the dining room will be outfitted with more pomegranate hues. Once Picholine reopens, Breannan will introduce a theater prix fixe and an expanded bar menu. No word yet on whether the foie gras “shabu shabu" will stay on the menu.