With four restaurants around the city, you may have dined at one of the Boucherie restaurants before. But until you’ve visited this Midtown dining room, you’ve never seen anything like this before. With nearly 400 seats inside in a 5,500-square-foot space and 174 seats outside in an almost equally sized covered, open-air pedestrian walkway along 6 1/2 Avenue, La Grande Boucherie is one of the largest restaurants in NYC. And the brasserie’s menu is equally expansive, covering all the bases of French fare like massive seafood towers, plenty of charcuterie and fromage, steak frites, and coq au vin. Keeping in line with the restaurant’s massive scale, the menu also has an entire section of large-format dishes for sharing, from a whole roasted chicken and a 48-ounce dry-aged porterhouse steak to a whole confit suckling pig for eight or more guests that must be ordered 24 hours in advance.