Legendary french restaurant Café Un Deux Trois, which opened its doors in April of 1977, is celebrating 35 years of success with monthly specials to highlight important decades of food trends. A partnership of George Guenancia and Gerard Blanes, Café Un Deux Trois will bring out seasonal dishes to satisfy the finest international palate while offering the real brasserie dining atmosphere.
In January, the Café paid homage to the 70s Disco clientele requests from Studio 54, such as the Harvey Wallbanger and Tequila Sunrises for brunch served with granola, eggs benedict in crepes and classic side dishes of faro, barley, spelt and quinoa.
This February, Café Un Deux celebrates the 1980s and the commencement of Nouvelle Cuisine with vertical food stacks, small plates raspberry vinaigrette and raw fish with French sauce.
March will pay tribute to the 1990s including dishes from the Provence and highlight the Mediterranean trend of lavender, rosemary, prosciutto, Serrano Ham, provincial olives, harissa, Cous Cous, and Poisson en papiotte aux epinards. Wines include Beames de Venise, a red wine served with fish.
April will offer the new millenniums own trends kicking off with a special anniversary celebration on April 1st benefiting Broadway Equity Fights Aids. The Café will invite New York’s finest fashion, theater and entertainment patrons to the auction event to try brand new specials dishes created for the celebrated year which will then be featured on the menu in the spring.
Executive chef Luis Gonzales blends his de rigueur restaurant training creating treasured special recipes, freshest haute gourmet organic ingredients and serving original cuisine that is found in a typical Parisian style brasserie. The decor, designed by Pierre Hittier, is classic world class French restaurant style with original detailed mosaic flooring, globe lighting fixtures, four magnificent Ionic, Corinthian and Composite order columns, three Hungarian artisan crystal chandeliers, cozy deep seated leather banquettes and 18 ft. glass windows.
123 West 44th Street, 212-354-4148