Satie Saurel and her pianist, Ian MacDonald, will create the essence of being in a Parisian café in the 1940’s.
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A passion for cars and motorcycles from owner Georges Forgeois’s racing career provides a subtle accent to the elegant bistro décor at Cercle Rouge in Tribeca. The lively bonhomie of the bar area warmly envelops guests as they enjoy an aperitif at the bar or dine leisurely at the café tables, while the chimes of clinking glasses and the Art Deco sconces in the dining room invoke the transporting ambiance of a bustling bouchon in Lyon. In the summer, enjoy an afternoon cocktail on the charming outdoor terrace while experiencing the spectacular urban sunsets and la joie de vivre.
Alongside the full range of classic bistro dishes at Cercle Rouge, Chef has composed a proud menu of terroir cuisine featuring such house specialties as house-made pâté, foie gras pasta, duck magret, wild boar and an unforgettable côte-de-boeuf for two.