Chez Lucienne Kicks off “What’s Toulouse Fest” From Nov. 6th-Nov. 13th.

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Entire proceeds of New Moulin Rouge Cocktail to Benefit City Harvest

Featured in the 2010 Michelin Guide, Harlem’s very own French
Brasserie, Chez Lucienne, kicks off a week of tastes from Toulouse
with can-can and Cassoulet on Friday, November 6th. As the
thermometer begins to drop diners can warm up at Chez Lucienne with
Chef Thomas Obaton’s hearty Cassoulet, the famous French pork and
beans dish. Other native dishes to choose from on the $24.95 three
course prix fixe menu include: Terrine de Foie gras, and Salade de
Magret Fume (smoked duck breast magret) as appetizers, Fish Cassoulet,
Tomates Farcis (baked stuffed tomatoes) and Canard Confit (duck
confit) Entrees. Dessert is a choice between Gateau Basque and Tarte

To evoke the Parisian nightlife of the Moulin Rouge made famous by
Henri de-Toulouse Lautrec, Chez Lucienne will thrum to can can music
and images.

Chez Lucienne, Harlem’s new French Brasserie, has been a hugely
popular success ever since it opened its doors in February of 2009.
The Brasserie/café is historically a place where people of different
walks of life come together to exchange ideas, be entertained, meet,
and enjoy life over good food, wine and company. Chez Lucienne
embodies and celebrates this spirit of food, drink, and camaraderie.

General Manager Jerome Bougherdani has created a new cocktail, Le
Moulin Rouge. Entire proceeds of sales of the $8.95 libation (Vodka,
Strawberry & Lime) through the week will go to benefit the City

Now serving New York City for more than 25 years, City Harvest

Chez Lucienne is open for Lunch, Brunch, and Dinner, seven days a
week. All major cc accepted.

What’s Toulouse Week, Friday, November 6 – Friday, November 13

Chez Lucienne

308 Lenox Avenue (125-126 streets), (212)-289-5555

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