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French brasserie serving Executive Chef Pierre Landet?s menu of classics and modern fare, from raw bar and steak frites to our famous chicken wings. Enjoy housemade pates and pastas, magret duck, free-range pork tenderloin or cote de boeuf for two. For fresh seafood, the Shellfish Plateau features a dozen East & West Coast oysters, Little Neck Clams and Gulf Shrimp. Extensive, well priced...
A passion for cars and motorcycles from owner Georges Forgeois’s racing career provides a subtle accent to the elegant bistro décor at Cercle Rouge in Tribeca. The lively bonhomie of the bar area warmly envelops guests as they enjoy an aperitif at the bar or dine leisurely at the café tables, while the chimes of clinking glasses and the Art Deco sconces in the dining room...
Cercle Rouge, Georges Forgeois' most recent addition to his family of intriguing French bistros. Faithful to tradition, but also delivering the class and comfort New Yorkers have always demanded, Cercle Rouge offers classic bistro dishes in a gorgeously designed setting imbued with more than a touch of the real France. It is a truly authentic dining experience.
Georges' personal touch and...
Cercle Rouge in Tribeca is the new home of a talented chef, one who has chosen to follow a less risky, more familiar path. The
There's "no need to go to Paris" thanks to this "under-the-radar" TriBeCa bistro purveying "classic" Gallic grub that conjures up a "certain je ne sais quoi"; it's a "comfy" fallback for local boulevardiers who sit outside and "pretend" they're on the Champs-Elysées.
Starting a Christmas Eve tradition here: Kir Royales and live music (think loungey and/or burlesque-ey vibe). There was a great duo up first, the lead playing percussion with her bangle bracelets and then a trumpet and sometimes her great voice. Next up was (the maitre d'?) in a fabulous red dress singing French lounge. Amazing! Great servers (we had the same server last year and he is...
Uppity service, so-so food and noise spilling over from the kid's party room make for a deadly combination for brunch. Avoid, unless you're under 10 and have been invited to a party.
A passion for cars and motorcycles from owner Georges Forgeois’s racing career provides a subtle accent to the elegant bistro décor at Cercle Rouge in Tribeca. The lively bonhomie of the bar area warmly envelops guests as they enjoy an aperitif at the bar or dine leisurely at the café tables, while the chimes of clinking glasses and the Art Deco sconces in the dining room invoke the...
Merging the nostalgia of old Paris with the new sophistication of TriBeca, Cercle Rouge is certain to please locals and visitors alike.
The Extras: On weekends from noon to 1pm, kids can enjoy face painting and magic shows.
Where to Sit: The casual bar room up front is perfect for a glass of wine and a bite; the crimson-colored back room is better for dates, quieter conversation and private parties; and the outdoor cafe offers linger-worthy people-watching.
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