2017 Archives - Madison Bistro
Thanksgiving Dinner at Madison Bistro
Forget all of the work that goes into Thanksgiving dinner. You don’t want to spend two days cleaning, prepping, and then another two days getting the house back to normal. Thanksgiving Dinner at Madison Bistro means that you won’t have to lift-a-finger for your New York Thanksgiving Day festivities.
This year again, be thankful for our cozy Midtown East French restaurant where you will enjoy incredible cocktails, fantastic food, the most decadent patisseries for the holidays. Our Chef and our restaurant’s staff will serve you and your loved ones an unforgettable Thanksgiving meal.
For a headache-free holiday, gather family and friends and head to Madison Bistro doling out turkey and all the good things for Thanksgiving.
French Master Chef Claude Godard has put together the best on classic Thanksgiving dishes, Free range organic turkeys and other roots and vegetables to go with this beautiful tradition. A great mixture of traditional dishes and French influence.
Beautiful list of cocktails assorted with wines from France and around the world will be served.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Madison Bistro will be served all day long. Reservations are highly recommended.
Madison Bistro is located at 238 Madison Avenue (at 37th Street) just a few steps away from the Morgan Library, Bryant Park, The Empire State Building, and Grand Central Station.
Call us at (212) 447-1919 to reserve for Thanksgiving Dinner at Madison Bistro today.
French Restaurant Week 2017
Eat, Drink and Be French is the theme of the 8th edition of the French Restaurant Week in New York City.
From July 3rd to July 16, 2017, you will be able to enjoy three-course meals at various French restaurants in New York City for only $38 per person.
The menus will feature a combination of traditional French dishes made with favorite French ingredients.
You can Be French for two weeks by visiting Madison Bistro in Midtown East to enjoy our French Restaurant Week menu consisting of an Appetizer, Entree, and Dessert created by Master Chef of France, Claude Godard.
French Onion Soup with Vermont Swiss “au gratin”
Mesclun Salad, Caramelized Almond and Dijon Vinaigrette
Chicken liver Mousse, Grilled baguette and cornichons
Grilled Tuna “Salade Nicoise”
Pan Seared Calf’s Liver, Shallot sauce and Mashed potato
Steam Mussel “Mariniere” with Pommes Frites
Roasted Apple tart, Vanilla Ice cream
Vanilla Cream Brulee