Ca Va Brasserie


Headed to NYC and don’t know where to get dinner after the theater or concert? I have the place for you. Ça Va Brasserie located right in the heart of Manhattan its open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. The restaurant’s á la carte dinner menu serves traditional brasserie fare as well as playful, contemporary interpretations of the classics. The lunch menu, perfect for a quick bite or business lunch, includes choices such as Grilled Rainbow Trout Salad, or Roasted Lamb French Dip, as well as a special midday, three-course prix-fixe menu. Ça Va Brasserie offers breakfast favorites with a French twist. Sample freshly-baked pastries and breads accompanied by a gourmet coffee or a refreshing beverage from our juice bar.

The service was outstanding, and I had the pleasure of meeting the amazing chef behind all the delicious dishes. We started with picking some fabulous wine from the wine list. Next some appetizers jambon de bayonne and burrata salad, five onion soup. The chef also brought out a croquette which was outstanding. My friend has to eat gluten free and they were super accommodating to her needs, which I think is a super important option for restaurants to have now a days. 

Main course was fantastic.  My mouth is still watering thinking about it. We had a CaVa burger which is made from short ribs and brisket, filet mignon with potatoes and goat cheese and lastly a braised short rib with comte polenta and veggies. Finally the desserts a flourless chocolate cake, vanilla creme brûlée and coffee of course. By the end we were all so stuffed and satisfied beyond belief. 

I had the pleasure of taking the tour of the restaurant. Perfect place to have a business meeting or holiday party. Visit 

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  1. Oh, how I wish I could have gone with you!!!

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