Café du Soleil

Upper West Side

Want to get out of the house to enjoy a good dinner while respecting the rules of social distancing? Look no further!

Alain Chevreux, owner of the Café du Soleil, a French bistro provencal located on the Upper West Side, had the idea to propose to his customers a safe place to have a dinner “outside” in 18 “space bubbles ». perfect barriers to be insulated from the cold and rain of autumn but also from germs…

In addition to offering good products and typical French dishes, this restaurant is a good way to make a culinary journey and to discover or rediscover familiar flavors without having to take a plane to leave the country. Something difficult to do nowadays …

Unusual, these bubbles that can accommodate 2 to 6 people, will delight the youngest as well as the oldest. A unique experience to share with family or friends, while being protected, 6 feet apart.

 

Note : Victim of its own success due to its concept but also due to the quality of the dishes, we strongly advise you to book in advance.

 

Address : 2723 Broadway, New York, NY 10025

Hours : Monday-Thursday, 11am-10pm / Friday, 11am-11:30pm / Saturday, 9am-11:30pm / Sunday, 9am-10pm.

Website : Café du Soleil

 

 

Photos : © Café du Soleil

More Stories
The Parent’s Tao Te Ching: Ancient Advice for Modern Parents
EnglishFrench