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Can Can Brasserie
Today 9:00 am – 12:00 am
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3120 W Cary St Richmond, VA 23221
3120 W Cary StUSVARichmond23221
$$Restaurant, French RestaurantToday 9:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 7:00 am – 1:00 amTuesday 7:00 am – 1:00 amWednesday 7:00 am – 1:00 amThursday 7:00 am – 1:00 amFriday 7:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 7:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 9:00 am – 12:00 am
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Parisian-style steak frites eatery in a classic bistro setting with dark woods, tiles & mirrors.- Google
People talk about grilled hanger steak, moules frites, zinc bar, onion soup gratinee and cafe au lait
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Derek Metzler
reviewed 2 months ago
We went to dinner here several weeks back. We brought out-of-town guests.They also went to Millie's while here and said it was phenomenal. The service was okay, but pretentious. The food was okay until they brought out my monkfish and it was in no more words than disgusting. I need not say more. However, friends wanted to go to brunch so we agreed, hoping for a better experience. It was hands down one of the worse experiences we have had, and not expected at what is touted to be an upscale restaurant. First we sat at the table for several minutes before being acknowledged. Then we got water and were asked about if we wanted an order of beignets, which we ordered. He did not ask regarding drinks, said he would be back. 10-15 minutes later he arrived with the beignets and asked about drinks, we ordered tea, coffee, and cocktails. The tea came 10 minutes later and an empty coffee cup. No coffee for at least 20 more minutes. When he finally showed up with coffee I swear to you, he went to the surrounding tables who all came in after us and offered them refills on their coffee. The meals came, and the drinks came when we were 90% done with our meal. When we thought it might get better, he did not ask if we wanted any dessert (which we did) and then gave us the check. We enjoyed another cup of coffee and then a girl who was not the hostess dressed as one of the waiters came and asked us to leave because they had a reservation for "our" table. Mind you I would understand this IF there were not 1, 2, but 3 empty 4 tops in this waiters area. It was simply one of the worst experiences at a restaurant in RVA. There are so many, many better places to part with $60 for two for brunch!
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Loralyn Smith
reviewed 5 months ago
The experience that I had on the night of Feb. 11 2014 was pleasant up until 10:45pm. My date and I were the last patrons in the restaurant but keep in mind closing isn't until 1am according to the hours of operation and Michelle our waitress. The actions of the employees were very unprofessional to say the least. I believe that had our skin color been much lighter(white) we would not have been subjected to such treatment. There was another couple that left the restaurant prior to us that was white and as soon as they left, the staff begin talking and laughing in loud voices across the restaurant to one another, having drinks from the bar and carrying on as if we were not customers. Then as time passed they turned the music off, cut the lights off and then cut them back on as if to tell us we needed to leave, by this time it is only a few minutes after 11pm. Completely unacceptable. I have never experienced such blatant racism and unprofessionalism. This was my first experience dining at Can Can and I can not say it was a great first impression. I will not recommend this establishment to any of the organizations I am involved with. However, I will definitely make sure to share my experience through word of mouth and any other forum about the behaviors of the staff at this establishment. I do want to say that Michelle(tall female) our waitress was not a part of this racist unprofessional staff. The staff I am referring to was two male bartenders one tall and slim the other kind of chubby, and what appeared to be the night manager a short female and a couple of the waitresses.
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Tang Haji Omar
reviewed a year ago
Beautifully decorated and comfortable atmosphere. The homemade baguette was good. All dishes were fairly bland. The frites weren't crisp and were over cooked. Portions were good though. Servers were not communicating well with each other.
Stan Cooper
reviewed 5 months ago
Awesome restaurant with great atmosphere! The lunch, dinner and brunch menus are exciting and sure to please. I always get the escargot when available and have never been disappointed. I loved the steak salad, but don't think it is available anymore - too bad! We enjoy Can Can and think you will too.
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Deborah Morse
reviewed 10 months ago
We have been to Can Can Brasserie several times, and each time we have had delicious food in a lovely, charming atmosphere. Somehow our tables have always felt private and secluded even when the restaurant was full--which it always seems to be! Obviously the word is out that the chefs are splendid and the waiters are sweet-natured and gracious, as well as knowledgeable. The wine list is also selective, but it includes good wines at a reasonable price. (They have a very nice grenache syrah.) We have greatly enjoyed all of our meals, from abalone steak to hamburgers with pommes frites. We will celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary at Can Can tonight!
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Ed Monk
reviewed 2 years ago
I go there a lot. Cheap pastries for breakfast, nice for a light lunch, and great for a night on the town. Make reservations on the weekends and you will not have any problems. I normally have the steak or the sole for dinner. Getting the house wine by the carafe is the best wine deal. They also have great prices on mixed drinks at happy hour on Thursdays.