Bar Boulud serves seasonal French fare, an impressive selection of traditional terrines and pâtés curated by famed
Charcutier Gilles Verot and award-winning wines that spotlight Burgundy and the Rhône Valley. An homage to Chef Daniel
Boulud’s childhood of growing up in the French countryside with rustic local dishes, Bar Boulud is a casual bistro located across
from Manhattan’s Lincoln Center. A nightly rotating selection of big bottles by the glass offers the opportunity to try spectacular
wines in an approachable format. Our main dining room, with its contemporary design and curved ceiling meant to replicate
a wine cave, includes seating at a communal table as well as a bar and cozy booths. Weather permitting, dine al fresco on
our outdoor terrace, situated along Broadway’s ‘Restaurant Row.’ A destination in and of itself, join us for pre or
post-theatre dining or as your regular neighborhood spot.
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OUR Food

OUR Food

Bar Boulud is most directly inspired by his childhood in the countryside outside Lyon, France. With an emphasis on regional French wines and interpretations of classic home cooking, Bar Boulud invites diners to discover the deep, rustic roots of French gastronomy. Classics such as Coq au Vin and Trout Amandine share space with seasonal dishes that exemplify the best in local produce and bring a bit of the French countryside to New York.
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OUR wine

OUR wine

Bar Boulud’s wine program is devoted to the great wines of Burgundy and the Rhone Valley. These regions are personal favorites of Daniel Boulud, as they neighbor his home city of Lyon and are excellent companions to classic Lyonnaise cuisine. But our list is not limited to the exceptional wines of these regions – you will find things to discover from all over the world, with special attention paid to wines from lesser-known corners of France and also our home location of the U.S. Go exploring through our wine list below! We’re happy to help you find a glass you will love.
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Hours
*Schedule dependent on Lincoln Center shows. Call to confirm availability.

Holiday hours may vary from above. Casual attire. No jacket or tie required.

Parking: Icon Garages, 1 Lincoln Plaza, entrances on West 63rd & West 64th Streets between Broadway and Central Park West.

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