Le Pain Quotidien
Please note Le Pain Quotidien Chocolate Week special will run from February 5 - 14.Gourmand Special: Chocolate Caramel Tart & Large Belgian Hot Chocolate for $10
Chocolate Week in New York
Celebrate chocolate in New York during Chocolate Week from February 4 - 13, 2013
Participating restaurants, bakeries, and stores will offer special Tea Gourmand, Coffee Gourmand, or Bubbly Gourmand menus. A cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of sparkling wine accompanied by chocolate inspired mignardises.
- $10 Tea Gourmand
- $10 Coffee Gourmand
- $15 Bubbly Gourmand
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Maison Harlem is pleased to be the newest culinary destination spot to join West Harlem’s vibrant community. Featuring a charming rustic interior that perfectly complements the mouth-watering French Bistro style menu and superb wine selection.
“We are two food and wine loving French New Yorkers who are bringing an exciting restaurant to Harlem, one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the borough.”
Samuel grew up in Paris, France where restaurants were a family business. He moved to the US to pursue a dancing career and ended up with a primary role in the off-Broadway hit, “De La Guarda”, in addition to other Broadway hit productions. A creative mind, he always stayed connected to his deeply-rooted passion for the art of French food.
Romain, from Toulouse, France, is an amazing chef now living in nyc with his beautiful wife and 2 sweet kids. As a successful owner/co-owner of three other restaurants in NYC, he understands what it takes to create the perfect gastronomic experience.
The two partners met in NYC and realized that they shared a vision and the Maison Harlem concept took flight…
Now completed, the beautifully designed restaurant offers an incredible bright and airy space with lots of exposed brick and a comfortable and enjoyable ambiance.
“One of our favorite design elements are the quaint French window walls that allow the room to be flooded with light. Come and visit us for a truly savoir faire experience!”
Loved this place. So glad it’s right around the corner from me.
Dishes that I’ve tried and enjoyed include the seafood pasta and burger.
If you’re looking for a good appetizer to split over a bottle of wine then you should try the mussels. The servings are very generous.
Will keep coming back to try out more dishes.
Reservations are required. Please mention French Restaurant Week when reserving.