By Marianne Belmonte
Go all out and treat yourself to a fun filled dining experience at Beaumarchais in the Meatpacking District. A modern French brasserie with David E. Diaz, Executive Chef, at its helm, it is a time you won’t soon forget. The DJ like atmosphere is exciting, half night club, half restaurant, from the helpful staff to the exquisite cuisine, it won’t disappoint. If you haven’t already been there then put it on your bucket list immediately.
Parisian charm with a Provencal French menu Chef Diaz has taken a lighter approach to classical French cooking and has accomplished it magnificently. Start your meal with an endive salad with walnuts and bleu cheese or perhaps you would like to try the baby roasted beet salad with pistachio goat cheese. Enjoy tartar of beef, salmon, or foie gras. Any of these choices are above reproach.
Next course you may choose from soup of the day, to warm figs served with trumpet mushrooms. Perhaps black truffle gnocchi is more to your liking and least we forget the ricotta and spinach ravioli served with lemon and watercress. On to the main course with several different choices of prime beef served with delectable sauces or lamb chops with eggplant cannelloni; duck breast in an orange braised fennel sauce or try the truffled chicken. Seafood anyone? You may have sea scallops, salmon or sea bass. All are organic first quality choices served once again in delicious sauces that only the French have truly mastered.
Beaumarchais boasts an extensive wine list and enjoys a vibrant bar scene. Young and old alike will be dancing on tables by the end of the evening; overcome by the sheer joy of having a first class meal at a first class eatery.
Additionally, Beaumarchais is open for brunch every Saturday and Sunday. Forty five dollars will get you an appetizer and a main course. Your choice for an appetizer includes tuna tartar, foie gras or salade verte. Have a burger with choron sauce, eggs benedict or try the salmon eggs benedict. There is also the omelet of the day or almond flour pancakes. Whichever your choice your palate will delight and you will walk away happy and satisfied and thinking about the next time you will be able to go to Beaumarchais.
Open Monday-Friday 5:30pm - midnight, Saturday 7-midnight. Brunch is served from 11:30 - 6pm on Saturday and 11:30 - 7pm Sunday. Don’t miss out make a reservation by calling now! •
409 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10014