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There's probably no better place in the world than New York to celebrate your birthday, so make sure you do it right this year. The options are endless - boozy brunches, girls nights, casual evenings, birthday dinners, or a night of infinite champagne and dancing on tables with 100 of your closest friends. Here are 10 of our favorite places to make your birthday celebration unforgettable in NYC.
Philippe Delgrange's Le Bilboquet changed the restaurant game when it opened its doors back in the '90s. One part French bistro, one part trendy hotspot, the E. 63rd street establishment has done an exceptional job setting itself apart from many of the other UES restaurants that have come and gone in the past few years. With the help of nightlife aficionados, The Koch brothers and Aymeric Clemente, Le Bilboquet took the concept of typical NYC brunches a step further by introducing the Saturday brunch. The very Euro trend of nightlife-meets-daytime dining has since become a staple in some of the city's most popular spots. Now that the lease on the original Le Bilboquet location has run out, Delgrange has officially closed the doors of his intimate restaurant that had become such an UES fixture. Click through to remember our time spent at Le Bilboquet over the years. More»
Being roughly 6,000 miles away from Paris did not get in the way of the worldly denizens of Los Angeles in properly saluting French independence over the weekend with Bagatelle's spirited Bastille Day brunch fête. Okay, to be fair, holidays of foreign nations are some of our most favorite to observe (See: Cinco De Mayo, St. Patrick's Day) no matter the distance of their origins. Now, let's see how Bagatelle's Bastille Day bash was a thowdown that even the French would be proud of. More»
Remi Laba and Aymeric Clemente are considered to be the pioneers of Saturday brunch parties, and last Saturday the two brought was is to be considered the "original brunch" back to the Meatpacking District. After Laba and Clemente left 13th Street Entertainment, they took the Bagatelle name with them and relocated to One Little West 12th Street, which used to be home to the restaurants The Collective and One. More»
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.