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Big Apple Brasserie

Source: Inside the bustling dining room of New York hot spot Balthazar. Its fans include Charlie Rose, Anna Wintour and Victoria Beckham .

S THE WAREHOUSES AND ARTISTS’ studios that once populated SoHo have made way for luxury boutiques and the tourists who now fill them, one space has remained a neighborhood constant: Balthazar. When it opened in 1997, ’s French brasserie was an instant hit thanks to its delicious, unfussy food (think oysters, cheeseburgers and coq au vin) and unpretentious vibe. What makes Balthazar even more remarkable is that, in a city where restaurants can quickly fall out of favor, locals,, and still pack the tables.

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