Named after a variety of small, green olives, Picholine is the first restaurant owned by famed chef Terrance Brennan, who formerly served as a saucier at the renowned Le Cirque restaurant. Opened in 1993, the restaurant, located near New York’s Lincoln Center, has gained recognition for its menu of seasonally-inspired French-Mediterranean cuisine, including such specialties as diver sea scallops with cauliflower silk and heirloom chicken Kiev with chanterelles. A highlight of Picholine is its wine and cheese bar, where patrons can sample the restaurant’s selection of over 600 wines.
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From Food & Wine , MAR 2007
Terrance Brennan has revamped Picholine’s French menu with Italian and Spanish touches...MORE
From Food & Wine , MAY 2007
Highlights from a spectacular meal: 'bacon and eggs' with tuna bacon; squid ink linguine. ...MORE
From Food & Wine , OCT 2008
Ever since F&W Best New Chef 1995 Terrance Brennan met his first runny, robust Époisses in the early 1980s, while on vacation in France, he has dedicated himself to promoting—and cooking with—exquisite small-batch cheeses....MORE