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Where: Rouge et Blanc
What: Chef Matt Rojas’ thoughtful & perfectly executed East-meets-West dishes
Open for dinner Tuesday – Sunday 6-11pm and Sunday brunch 11-4pm. Rouge et Blanc also offers a Chef’s Seven Course Tasting Menu with 1 day advanced notice.
Chef Matt Rojas has worked in some our favorite kitchens in New York City (Eleven Madison Park, Shang & Degustation to name a few), his rich and varied experience shows through in his creative menu, which feels Asian with a decidedly French accent. It’s not only the food that shines, Rouge et Blanc also boasts a wonderfully curated all-French wine list and some fun sochu cocktails. The owner is a veteran sommelier, formerly of Chanterelle. It’s easy to forget you’re in bustling NY while seated in the cozy dining room which is accented with vintage carved Asian doors, chinese red chairs, glowing lanterns and a lushly upholstered ceiling which is not only beautiful but seemingly noise-cancelling. From the genius food to great service, and convivial atmosphere, we’re tickled pink over Rouge et Blanc. Besides, how could we not be smitten with a restaurant that serves foie gras for dessert?
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