Boucherie Opening Lincoln Center Location

According to recent minutes from a Community Board 7 meeting, French restaurant and steakhouse Boucherie will be opening a location at 44 West 63rd Street, in the base of the Empire Hotel. This was formerly home to Ed’s Chowder House, which closed in early 2018.

Boucherie has three downtown locations, and their motto is “celebrating joie de vivre”, which translates to exuberant enjoyment of life”. The executive chef is Jerome Dihui.

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The restaurant serves all of the French classics, and is very popular for their dry aged steaks. And for all things meat!

Here are some teasers …

Their Pat La Frieda dry-aged porterhouse, which comes with caramelized onions, gruyere and french fries.

 

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Côte de Bœuf pour Deux: a 50 ounce tomahawk rib-eye

 

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And their duck confit

 

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Boucherie has an extensive wine and cocktail menu, plus a handful of signature absinthe cocktails which was created by Anthony Bohlinger.

They also have a “Green Hour” Monday through Fridays from 4 to 7pm, with $11 wines, cocktails and dishes.

Starters include classics like steak tartare, escargot and foie gras.

Facebook reviewers emphasize the quality of Boucherie’s croque monsieur, french onion soup and duck confit.

We’ll update this post once we have more info … and an idea as to when they’ll be opening!

Boucherie has locations at 99 Seventh Avenue South, 225 Park Ave South, and 14 Christopher Street (this one is called Petite Boucherie).

Learn more about the restaurant on their website, here.

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Mike is a native Upper West Sider. He's lived in the Lincoln Center area, Morningside Heights, and pretty much everywhere in between. You can frequently find him eating through the many great restaurants on the Upper West Side or awkwardly taking photos with his iPhone.  

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