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Located near the Theatre District, Brasserie Cognac brings authentic Parisian charm to the heart of Midtown. The cuisine combines French classics with chef Florian Hugo’s modern creations. In addition to the classic brasserie menu, a fine wine list (including first-growth Bordeaux sold by the glass) and 102 cognac varieties, this charming restaurant prides itself on using the highest-quality ingredients and providing impeccably professional hospitality and friendly service. Guests can choose to dine in the outdoor café, the original French bakery, the glass dining room or the lively bar/lounge.