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Broadway Musical Director of the New Broadway Play "End of the Rainbow" Jeff Saver, Actress/Model Debbie Dickinson and TV Host Cognac Wellerlane pose for a photo-op at the 35th Anniversay Celebration at Cafe Un Deux Trois Restaurant
Cafe Un Deux Trois has been located in the heart of Times Square since 1977.
This fabulous French restaurant opened when the neighborhood was not terribly chic and soon became the trendy in place for all New York Elite to stop for dinner and cocktails before heading off to Studio 54 and Xenon's to dance the night away.
The restaurant to this day is a favorite place were American and European theatre and film actors dine.
Any one that loves classic French food dines at Cafe Un Deux Trois including politicians, directors, local New Yorkers and Tourist from around the world. Many Broadway cast members and crew hanging after the show on any given night. The restaurant had a facelift featuring enormous windows and a new colour scheme. I was thrilled to be invited by the two owners George Guenancia and Gerard Blanes. Ms. Debbie Dickinson Actress/Model and Public Relations told me about the celebration so how could I resist.
Many celebrities have dined at the restaurant including Actor Al Pacino, Alan Cummings, Robert Klein and Meryl Streep.
Famous dishes include PATÉ de CAMPAGNE au COGNAC 9.75
Country pate w/chicken liver, pork, duck, & cognac
ESCARGOTS de BOURGOGNE 12.50
One half dozen French escargot out of the shell, in garlic butter
For more information please visit http://cafeundeuxtrois.biz/
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