This chic French brasserie is a new hotspot for dinner and drinks in Tribeca

With its facade draped in dreamlike flowers, Song The Living Room is a scenic Tribeca destination that is hard to miss.

And you definitely won’t want to.

The new French brasserie is a charming patisserie, cocktail bar, and foodie destination all rolled into one, making it a must-visit from brunch to dinner (and more).

During the day, you can stop by for take-out French bakery bread and treats as well as some truly indulgent brunch offerings (eggs benedict croissant, anyone?), while, in the evening, executive chef Frédéric Robert serves fine French cuisine. a cuisine that gives pride of place to seasonal products, with dishes such as Citrus Bar, Duck à l’Orange and of course Filet Mignon au Poivre.

Conceptualized as an upscale lounge, Le Salon also invites visitors to sit back and relax with cocktails courtesy of Beverage Director Jeremy Le Blanche, whose alcoholic creations take a sleek, minimalist approach to mixology. The draft cocktail selection features new takes on classics ranging from Old Fashioned to a patchouli-based negroni. As for the bar menu? Snack on elevated bites including oysters, lobster rolls, truffle cheese fries and yakitori chicken nuggets.

It’s definitely a classier option than hanging out in our own living room, that’s for sure.

Click for a preview of the interior!

[Photos courtesy Chanson Le Salon]

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