brasserie brasserie  /b ˈræ sə ri/


  • (n) a small restaurant serving beer and wine as well as food; usually cheap


  1. The couple recently opened a brasserie on a quiet street a few steps away from the city center, and are doing brisk business.
  2. Located in Spitalfields, London, this brasserie de luxe, www.
  3. Warm up with complimentary hot chocolate for two at the hotel's brasserie.


  1. A Flagship Restaurant for Empire City Casino

    Yonkers Racetrack gets a steakhouse/diner/brasserie, and more restaurant openings.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Times

  2. A Fresh Start For Shoreline's Copper Beech Inn

    Elegant Landmark Reopens With New, Well, Everything For decades the historic Copper Beech Inn in Ivoryton set the bar when it came to fine dining. The award-winning landmark not only offered cozy accommodations, but was best known for its elegant open-to-the- public elegant main dining room and eventually its more casual tavern, Brasserie Pip. In recent years however, the inn and its restaurants ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Hartford Courant

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  1. "The team excelled themselves with their concept which brought together great fresh food and a simple brasserie feel," said head judge James Tanner, joint chef-patron of Tanners Restaurant in Plymouth.
    on Jul 10, 2009 By: James Tanner Source: CatererSearch

  2. "If the manoir is a delicate waltz then [the brasserie] is a cancan," says Blanc.
    on Apr 9, 2010 By: Raymond Blanc Source: The Australian

  3. "Three weeks before he decided to go Paul sent me a text saying, 'Thanks for your support'," Murray said. "I thought, 'That's fine, he's OK' and then he and Barry Ferguson had their fall-out. I was in Paris, in a brasserie having a glass of...
    on Nov 20, 2008 By: David Murray Source: Times Online

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