Mussels are traditionally served with fries, a protein and carbohydrate duo whose popularity is second only to that of steak and the dinner bill. Get your fill with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$49 for Two-Hour Wine-Tasting Class with French-Cuisine Sampler ($120 Total Value)
- 10 wine samples from around the world
- Five tasting courses from the French brasserie menu
- $20 gift card<p>
$29 for Small Plates with Wine Sunday–Thursday (Up to $69.50 Total Value) * One appetizer (up to a $13.50 value) * Two glasses of wine (a $10 value each) * Two moules frites (an $18 value each)<p>
$29 for the Above Friday or Saturday (Up to $69.50 Total Value)<p>
Brasserie Julien’s chefs pamper palates with gourmet French specialties, sea delicacies, and expertly crafted signature drinks in a romantic setting. New York magazine writes that “it’s impossible to dine at this Upper East side brasserie and not think of Paris.” Upscale small plates whet appetites and facilitate the enjoyment of French aperitifs, with selections such as 24 plain oysters or shells stuffed with misplaced pirate-chest keys. Endive salads, quiche lorraine, or an assortment of soups sate cravings for light fare, and steak, fondue, or filet mignon quell ampler appetites. During wine tours, accomplished sommelier Mollie Battenhouse regales guests with about 10 samples of varietals from around the globe, as well as portions of the eatery’s brasserie fare.
Inside Brasserie Julien’s romantic and relaxed dining room, art-deco-inspired pendant lights illuminate the space's elegant columns, flowing curtains, and trumpet-playing silverware to create an authentic brasserie-style experience.