- Voted the Best French Brasserie, by readers of Time Out New York, Brasserie Les Halles opened Les Halles Downtown in the Financial District on Tuesday, December 18, 2001. Owner Philippe Lajaunie is committed to the neighborhood, "New York is the most dynamic place in the world," he says. "Lower Manhattan will come back & we want to be a part of it. We are providing everything from the great steaks & potatoes that made us famous, to the best seafood from the small markets in Chinatown, French specialties that you may not see anywhere else, & fantastic hamburgers." Lajaunie describes the latest Les Halles brasserie as a downtown steakhouse that also serves classic French brasserie dishes like Onion Soup, Grilled Sea Food, Confit de Canard, & Choucroute Garnie, (familiar to fans of Brasserie Les Halles on Park Avenue). There are also less familiar French dishes, such as Tartiflette, a combination of thinly sliced potatoes layered with bacon & baked with Reblochon cheese.
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