EventsNew York

Focus Features & Resy Present: A Brasserie Les Halles Pop-up

By

For one weekend only, Focus Features and Resy present a Brasserie Les Halles pop-up in celebration of Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain.

The renowned brasserie where Anthony Bourdain began his culinary career will be recreated from Friday, July 9th to Sunday July 11th, at the original 411 Park Avenue South location at 28th St., so fans can dine on Bourdain’s signature French fare prior to the film debuting in theaters on July 16.

Known for serving some of the best French food in New York City, Brasserie Les Halles was a French brasserie-style restaurant that served as the backdrop for Bourdain’s breakthrough memoir Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly. Bourdain became the executive chef in 1998, and even after stepping away to focus on his television shows, he maintained a relationship with Les Halles until the location closed in 2016.

Ticket sales from the pop-up will go towards the cost of running Les Halles, an event meant to celebrate Tony’s life and legacy. In honor of that, a donation is being made to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.


Event Details:

Tickets to the Les Halles pop-up are $95 for a three-course prix fixe menu which will include classic French onion soup, steak frites with au poivre sauce, and choice of dessert. A vegetarian option will be available upon request. Ticket price does not include alcoholic beverages. Wine, beer and select cocktails will be available for purchase on site. The Les Halles pop-up will take place at 411 Park Ave S at 28th St., New York, NY.

On June 22nd at 10 a.m. ET, American Express® Card Members will receive exclusive 48-hour early access to tickets. Card must be on file to unlock early access. *Terms apply. Update, 6/22: Early access is sold out.

On June 24th at 10 a.m. ET, tickets go on sale to the general public. 

Buy tickets for Friday, July 9

Buy tickets for Saturday, July 10

Buy tickets for Sunday, July 11


Terms & Conditions:

*The price indicated covers event costs only. All sales are final and non-refundable, and resale is prohibited. Payment must be made using an eligible American Express® Card. Details and prices are subject to change. Packages are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Availability is limited.

Discover More


The Rundown

J-Spec Wagyu Dining Is New York’s Newest Omakase Sleeper Hit

Guides

The Resy Guide to Oyster and Wine Pairings in New York

Events

Amex® Gold Card Pop-up Diner

Photo courtesy of Les Trois Chevaux

The Hit List

The August Hit List: Les Trois Chevaux, Yellow Rose, Baby Luc’s, and More

Resy Lineup

The Resy Lineup: Bixi in Harlem, Fried Chicken Buckets, and Brunch for a Cause

Come for the fish, stay for the wine. // Photo courtesy of Dame

Wine Hit List

The Wine Hit List, Peak Summer Edition: Dame, LittleMad, Da Toscano, and More

Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About One White Street, Opening in Tribeca

New on Resy

Now Open on Resy: Les Trois Chevaux, Joomak Banjum, Maison Premiere, and More

Sixty Three Clinton's Samuel Clonts, left, and Raymond Trinh. // Photo courtesy of Sixty Three Clinton; other photography by Giada Paoloni

Dish By Dish

Samuel Clonts and Ray Trinh’s Accessible Fine Dining at Sixty Three Clinton, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Interviews

Les Halles Owner Philippe Lajaunie Shares His Memories of Anthony Bourdain

Gage & Tollner's martini, complete with sidecar.

The Hit List

The July Hit List: Gage & Tollner, Le Pavillon, Queens Night Market, and More

Austin Power, center, wants everyone to find a context to drink sake. // Photo courtesy of Accidental Bar

Interviews

Accidental Bar’s Austin Power Wants Everyone to Love Sake