While Keith McNally’s Soho brasserie is no longer the city’s buzziest spot, it remains perennially crowded, both for its still-terrific French dishes (steak frites, towers of raw seafood, warm goat cheese and caramelized onion tart) and the now oft-emulated, faux-Parisian look.
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From Food & Wine , NOV 2011
This airport iteration looks nothing like the gilded Soho brasserie, but it still serves a respectable onion soup and steak...MORE
From Food & Wine , MAY 2007
The cellar is perfectly organized, and the list includes picks from just about every wine region in France. Goodhart loves what he calls 'wines of discovery' like the 1989 Brisebarre demi-sec Vouvray ($50), a great value...MORE