9781501116780

At Balthazar

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  • ISBN13:

    9781501116780

  • ISBN10:

    1501116789

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-09-18
  • Publisher: Gallery Books

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Summary

Explore the iconic and beloved restaurant Balthazar in this “beautiful New York love story. Nobody could have written it better than Reggie Nadelson, who captures the tastes and smells, the glamour, nitty-gritty, and the theater of the restaurant and of the city itself” (Nigella Lawson, award-winning chef and author).

Balthazar has been a staple in the New York restaurant scene since it opened its doors in 1997. Frequented by celebrities and locals alike, it has evolved from an intimate French brasserie to a legendary New York institution, now more successful than ever as it serves about a half a million meals a year.

MK Fisher Award finalist Reggie Nadelson was granted unrestricted access to owner and brilliant restaurateur Keith McNally, the restaurant, the kitchens, the present and past staff, the restaurant’s archives, and more. She follows the twenty-four-hour cycle of the SoHo hotspot and explores the history of both French brasseries and downtown Manhattan, weaving together a savory tale of design, economics, celebrity, and—of course—delicious food.

Featuring stunning color photographs and ten new recipes from Balthazar chef Shane McBride, this beautifully designed book celebrates the rich history and continued success of this renowned restaurant. As New York Times bestselling author and chef Ruth Reichl insists, “There’s never been a restaurant like Balthazar and never a book just like this.”

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