Absinthe Brasserie & Bar
French and Mediterranean cuisine meet top-notch cocktails at Absinthe Brasserie & Bar. Don't worry, you'll find plenty of the green fairy mixed into those cocktails and even in a special mimosa!
When Absinthe opened in 1998, it immediately became the destination for serious cocktail drinkers. Today, it is still an excellent place to get a fantastic drink, as well as a romantic spot for French and Mediterranean-inspired fare. Though the dining room is known for being the more intimate space because of its plush chairs and hand-painted murals of the garden of Versailles, sitting at a bistro table in the corner of the front bar is much cozier and more reminiscent of a Parisian brasserie—almost like a jaunt to Paris without the jet lag. Start with oysters or caviar from the raw bar and a classic cocktail (one that includes absinthe, if you dare), and see where the evening takes you from there.
How to book: Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are recommended. You can make them online.