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Château de Versailles is now home to Alain Ducasse’s fine dining restaurant and café. During the day ‘Ore’ is an elegant French-style café, open to all visitors in the prestigious setting. By night, it opens on private hire only to become the stage for grand dinners and exclusive events inspired by the Royal court. French haute cuisine, inspired by recipes from the past, is interpreted here with boldness and modernity.
Versailles, France
Le Pavillon
Located at One Vanderbilt, the restaurant spans 11,000 square feet and brings the outdoors in with a Central Park-inspired dining room. Nature, bounty, seasonality and a close focus on the richness of northeast fishermen and farmers are the guiding principles of chef Daniel Bouloud’s approach to Le Pavillon’s culinary identity. The innovative menu highlights seafood and vegetable- forward cuisine, while paying homage to French tradition and New York’s culinary legacy.
New York City
Photos Courtesy Of: Ducasse Chateau Versailles, Atelier Crenn, Le Pavillon, The NoMad Restaurant & Bar
Atelier Crenn
Dominique Crenn is the co-owner and chef of the three-Michelin-starred restaurant Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, where artistry is at the forefront, cuisine is a craft and the community is an inspiration. “Atelier” can be defined as a workshop or studio, a concept that drives Chef Crenn’s modern vision for fine French cuisine, her highly distinctive French heritage and imaginative gastronomic lair behind the stove at Atelier Crenn.
San Francisco
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The NoMad Restaurant & Bar
Set inside a lushly landscaped atrium with a soaring glass ceiling, the space is flooded with natural light providing energy and liveliness during the day. In the evening, the restaurant transforms to a more intimate setting. The menu is eclectic, with a focus on local and regional bounty from farm, field and coast. The cocktail program showcases traditional drinks, NoMad favorites and a selection of cocktails focused on the seasonality of London.

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