409 W 13th St, New York, NY | Directions 1001440.740496 -74.006438
Sat 7pm - 11pm,11:30am-6pm; Sun 7pm-9pm,11:30am-6pm; Mon-Wed 5:30pm-10pm; Thu-Fri 5:30pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Meatpacking District
My Favorite New Hot Spot! – From the minute you walk into Beaumarchais Brasserie you are not quite sure whether you are in a night club or a restuarant. This great new hot spot rolls all of that into one! You can enjoy top notch cuisine while listening to an amazing DJ and dancing on chairs with your friends! A perfect place to spend an enjoyable evening with friends! Will definitely return!
Epic – There are no words to describe the events that occur at Bagatelle's famous brunches besides... EPIC.
The food is amazing, the servers are awesome and the music is the best in the city!!!
Worth the wait. Highly recommend it to any champagne, music, dance and great food lovers!
Worth a try – Service was a bit shady/pretentious but i used to be a server and always tried to be friendly so maybe its just my thing. I'm also not french :) Food was very good. Ratatouille was so fresh and a greatly proportioned Tuna Tartare which is always a fav of mine. Def worth a visit.
amazing – o.k so my single friends and husband booked a Sunday Mother's Day at Bagatelle and of course I freaked out as we have a five year old and an 18 month old. I was prepared to walk in with the kids and then run out..I was soooo pleasantly surprised on how accommodating they were, and there were quite a few families that day. They made room for our stroller and were soo nice about it. My 18 month old can literally drive any person out of a restaurant but the staff was super nice and actually even played with him so I can have a bite...
a week later we went for dinner and again we had a great experience. Only thing is their appetizers out beat entree menu, so entrees need a little bit of tweaking.....
Citysearch Editorial Review – Nicolas Cantrel, the Ducasse-trained chef formerly of Bobo, takes dead aim at the ‘60s-smitten Francophile set with Bagatelle, a tiny Meatpacking District eatery that looks lifted straight from a Jean-Luc Godard set. Frosted with swathes of Rococo wooden molding and dangling chandeliers, the restaurant is French right down to its owners, all the best for luring away some of the crowd from nearby Pastis. Snuggle into a half-moon booth under the aegis of a gigantic Marilyn print and tuck into anything from the super-Gallic menu--steak au poivre, tuna tartare or ratatouille--while debating the best moment from “Breathless.”
this place is the worst – RUDE servers, empty drinks, huge bill
You must have been there on a off night because we had a great experience at Bagatelle!
Everyone should try this place – Great Food, wonderful service and friendly staff + a fantastic french atmosphere. Music and women are also the best in town.
great place for pp watching class and fun – lovely atmosphere great food and nice music
heaven for PRs and your eyes..
Glad about such rewards for such a place – if only i could have been less drunk to remember... so i'll trust my crew ! AMAZING !
THE PLACE TO BE ! – so lazy and so not the kind of review writer...
whatever ! Here i write ! and here u read ! it was amazing on every f#&@@##&@ levels ! Loren was as crazy as he was pro and attentive to our every unspoken wishes. to make it short i can't wait to go back !
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