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Racines, A French Wine Bar With a Michelin-Starred Chef

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[All photos by Krieger]

Yesterday, restaurateur David Lanher opened a location of his hit Parisian wine bar Racines on Chambers Street in Tribeca. For his first American project, Lanher partnered with David Lillie, the owner of Chambers Street Wines, and sommelier/FOH man Arnaud Tronche. The chef, Frédéric Duca, earned a Michelin star last year for his work at L'Instant d'Or in Paris. The menu has tile fish ceviche, veal tartare, braised lamb shoulder, squid a la plancha, and mangalitsa pork with ramps. To drink, Racines offers many organic and biodynamic wines from small French producers.

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Racines NY
94 Chambers St., Tribeca
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94 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007

Racines NY

94 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007