La Petite Maison

Arriving from a session at New York’s Reebok Sports Club, 90210 starlet AnnaLynne McCord was spotted at French eatery La Petite Maison. The French bistro’s newest location in New York City’s Midtown West, is the sister restaurant to the beloved cafe in Nice, France and already has a handful of celebrity clientele including Alec Baldwin, Chelsea Clinton and Naomi Campbell, just to name a few. To maintain the signature dishes of the original, co-owners David Barokas, who also owns several properties in Cannes, and Nicole Rubi chose Nice native Alain Allegretti and Arno Busquet, as consulting Chef and Chef de Cuisine, respectfully.

About La Petite Maison

Beginning with The Flavors of Nice, the La Petite Maison’s menu offers a tasting of signature Provençale staples including Pissaladière (Artichoke Salad) and traditional Macaroni with fresh cream and black truffle risotto. The 142 seat, two floor restaurant has been designed by award-winning French architect, Cyril Durand Behar, with the intention of capturing the spirit and conviviality of the celebrated restaurant while embracing a contemporary style fitting of New York City. Fans of the original will relish in the familiar French tonies and signature dishes, which are intended for sharing. For further information regarding La Petite Maison, please visit La Petite Maison is located at 13 W 54th Street in New York City.


van said…
if i was in town, i would have liked to take my friend, april, there for her birthday!