Monday, November 30, 2009


French chef Daniel Boulud is one of the leaders in the culinary world, and I am obsessed with the interior design as well as the concept of one of his newest spots - DBGB - located in Manhattan. It was designed by Thomas Schlesser who also designed a few of my absolute favorite spots here in Chicago (The Publican, Violet Hour, and Avec). It is beautifully rustic and industrial rolled into one. Apparently many of the pots and pans and items lining the floor to ceiling shelves were donated by various world famous chefs such as Thomas Keller (of the famed French Laundry in California). So gorgeous! The menu primarily focuses on house-made sausages and unique craft beers. The goel of this restaurant is to be part French brasserie part American tavern. I think this power-house of a team pulled it off beautifully. I can't wait to visit!

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