Mon - Sat: 11:45AM - 10:30PM
A "quiet refuge" for "grown-ups", this "refined" Union Square French–New American offers a "most sophisticated" dining experience via "artful" chef Marco Moreira's "exquisite" cuisine served by staffers "who take pride in their work"; of course, the "high standard" commands "upscale" pricing, but there's a $29 prix fixe lunch for bargain-hunters.
Tocqueville is located in the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan and serves American and French cuisine including Seafood. Tocqueville accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Tocqueville does not offer delivery and does not offer takeout.Click to see map »
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