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Descending its "sleek catwalk" entrance makes fans feel "cosmopolitan" at this "ultracool" brasserie in the Seagram Building, a "longtime favorite" for "top-notch", all-day French dining; "high" prices and a "cacophonous" racket are counterbalanced by "pro" service and "streamlined", "spaceship" decor.
Brasserie is located in Manhattan and serves American, European, French, Contemporary, and Catering cuisine. Brasserie accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Brasserie offers delivery and offers takeout. With seasonality and weather permitting, Brasserie offers outdoor seating.Click to see map »
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