NYT – Le Garage Adds a French Touch to Bushwick, Brooklyn

Le Garage Catherine Allswang, a native of Normandy, has owned and cooked in restaurants in San Francisco and Paris. Her daughter, Rachel, an interior designer who grew up at her mother’s side in the kitchen, has teamed up with her to open a place in New York. They have turned a former garage in Bushwick, Brooklyn, into an intimate restaurant, largely French, where the temptations on a concise menu include steamed mussels, foie gras with winter radishes and beets, potatoes stuffed with snails, pork shoulder braised in milk, and chicken for two. Creative cocktails are named for Frenchwomen like Simone de Beauvoir, who is represented by an alluring mix of Byrrh aperitif, Dolin dry vermouth, orange bitters and tonic water. The décor, by Rachel Allswang, combines hard-edged industrial and sleek Art Deco

Website link: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/25/dining/le-garage-adds-a-french-touch-to-bushwick-brooklyn.html?_r=0

PDF: Le Garage Adds a French Touch to Bushwick, Brooklyn – The New York Times


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