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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. The original Le Caprice in London has established itself as a social institution with its effortless style, coveted cuisine and well-heeled crowd. The New York location on Fifth Avenue is similar in style, with pearly white floors, black leather seating arrangements and a collection of David Bailey photographs on the walls. Service is polished and charming, with a brasserie menu that features modern European and international favorites such as Thai-baked sea bass with fragrant rice, steak tartar, duck and watercress, and chicken alla Milanese. Le Caprice is open for breakfast seven days a week and is convenient for dinner before or after the theater—or for drinks at the cocktail bar.