Brasserie is located in
Midtown - East
other neighborhoods in Midtown include:
I grew up with Brasserie: it was the last stop to fill our stomachs with breakfast after a night spent dancing. In my twenties, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Brasserie is also wonderful for lunch. Though no longer open round the clock, a newly renovated and more chic phoenix is still serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night drinks.
100 East 53rd Street @ Seagram Building, Lexington Avenue
Last Modified: Wednesday May 25 2011
The East Village is home to immigrant families who have lived in the affordable housing here for generations (paid tribute to in the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and Katz’s Delicatessen, both on Delancey Street). The newly upscale profile of the East Village is headquartered on Rivington Street and embodied by the Rivington Hotel and restaurants like teany. An exploration of the East Village should be done on foot: walk east on First Street at mealtime where you’ll stumble upon Prune. East Village landmarks are Washington Square Park, New York University, and the Strand Bookstore; Tompkins Square Park and Chinatown (visit Pearl River Mart, a Chinese department store) are nearby.