"A Table at Le Cirque" Dining Experience. Three Options Available.

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From tightrope walkers to acrobats on the flying trapeze, the circus is all about precision. Midtown’s famed Le Cirque Cafe is no different in regard to exactitude, although its impressive headliners emerge from a tightly run kitchen instead of being shot from a cannon. Today’s Reserve selection invites you to relish epicurean artistry with one of the following options:

$115 for a three-course café dinner for two

  • Two appetizers
  • Two entrees
  • Two desserts
  • Two glasses of Laurent-Perrier Brut champagne
  • One signed copy of the cookbook A Table at Le Cirque: Stories & Recipes
  • One box of four Le Cirque chocolates<p>

$720 for a Chef’s Table dinner for six

$65 for a two-course café lunch for two

Behind the scenes, the chefs bring together seasonal ingredients to shape specialties such as lamb chops with vegetable fricassee and Scottish salmon with squash and ratatouille-crustacean sauce. During private dinners at the Chef’s Table, groups enjoy exclusive glimpses at the preparation of each course while sipping glasses of Cristal.<p>

The casual-yet-elegant bistro next door, Le Cirque Cafe treats diners to the same hallmark service, vibrant atmosphere, and flavorful cuisine, albeit in a more convivial setting. Adam D. Tihany designed the sleek and cozy confines, anchored by colorful carpeting and other plush touches. A cascade of wine selections complements the prix fixe menu, which teems with constantly rotating seasonal dishes, from crispy duck confit to beef tartare au Couteau. The Le Cirque Cafe experience needn’t end after lunch or dinner, however, thanks to the restaurant’s cookbook, A Table at Le Cirque: Stories & Recipes, signed by Sirio Maccioni. Within the pages, readers discover the secrets behind dishes of past chefs Daniel Boulud, Alain Sailhac, Pierre Schaedelin, and Jacques Torres. The book also includes stories and photographs of past clientele including Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, and Andy Warhol, who was later inspired to create his famous lobster-risotto silkscreen prints.

Le Cirque

From tightrope walkers to acrobats on the flying trapeze, the circus is all about precision. Midtown’s famed Le Cirque is no different in regard to exactitude, although its impressive headliners emerge from a tightly run kitchen instead of being shot from a cannon. Behind the scenes, the chefs bring together seasonal ingredients to shape specialties such as lamb chops with vegetable fricassee and Scottish salmon with squash and ratatouille crustacean sauce.

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    Midtown

    151 E 58th St.

    New York, NY 10022

    +12126440202

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In a Nutshell

Meals inspired by traditional and modern European dishes; cookbook features acclaimed recipes from past chefs such as Jacques Torres

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 12, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must mention Groupon number at time of reservation. Not valid on 11/22/2012, 12/24/2012, or 12/31/2012. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.