The American Brasserie, From Celebrated Chef Nicholas Elmi, Features An Extensive Charcuterie and Raw Bar Selection, As Well As Classic Cocktails.
Royal Boucherie’s Suzanne O’Brien and her team, along with Meg Rodgers and Brian Bendel of Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design, worked diligently to preserve and enhance the building’s historical charm and integrity. The bi-level, 150-seat space features restored finishes such as original pine flooring dating back to the 1830’s, as well as tin ceilings, antique light fixtures, exposed brick walls. Royal Boucherie boasts a jovial and sophisticated atmosphere, outfitted throughout with dark woods and stone accents. On the first floor, two Brunswick-style bars anchor the space, one dedicated to the restaurant’s oyster and raw seafood offerings with eight seats. Intimate seating towards the back features a fireplace with an elegant carved chestnut mantel, where guests may opt for one of the comfortable tufted banquettes or bistro-style tables. An ornate wooden staircase leads guests to the upper level “Sitting Room,” which features additional seating for up to 40, as well as a third bar. An outdoor garden terrace can accommodate up to 35 in the warmer months.
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