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The streets of Paris come alive in NYC at Cognac East

When one is walking down the streets of Paris in the summertime, there is a certain quaintness to be felt in the presence of people just sitting carelessly in cafes enjoying the romanticism of the city, a big part of it being the cuisine. And if anyone has ever been to the wonderful city of Paris, their style of dining isn’t that “on-the-go” type; it is all about the experience (pro tip: don’t be surprised if you are left waiting there for your check!).

This is everything that can be said of the feel of COGNAC EAST. One may feel a temporary lapse of teleportation to a different time and place, but expect to feel Paris-like vibes from this restaurant in the Upper East Side (which: if you’re lucky enough to sit upstairs in the purple room, you’re lucky enough!).

Definitely start your night off with the CHEESE FONDUE, because who doesn’t love a giant, melting crock of cheese?

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Other dinner menu items you cannot live without include escargot “Burgundy style” with garlic butter, fresh parsley, a touch of white wine: 

GRILLED OCTOPUS SALAD, served with white beans, diced jalapeno, yellow & green beans, roasted corn & heirloom baby tomatoes:

Check out the rest and then head to COGNAC EAST to experience for yourself.

Bon appetit!

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Kaitlin Duffy is a writer from Cleveland. When she's not blogging or pondering the great complexities of the world and outer space, she is finding rare vinyl steals, visiting new places, laughing often, Instagramming everything in sight, watching movies, or working on her first feature Port de Cleve.