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Le Bateau Ivre, New York City’s first true French wine bar, raw bar and grill opened on Manhattan’s East Side in January 1999. Named after a Poem by a 19th century Frenchman, Arthur Rimbaud. Le Bateau Ivre, offers more than 250 varieties of the finest French wines by the glass and the bottle. Truly authentic French bistro cuisine.
Created to revive the traditional French bistro a vins, and open from 8a.m. until 4a.m. daily. Le Bateau Ivre serves Lunch and dinner. An array of light luncheon special paired with wines by the glass form part of the daily menu.

     The grill features at least five sumptuous items every day, including steaks, lamb chops, chicken, lobster and a fish of the day. Lunch and dinner include a daily selection of classic sandwiches such as Croque Madame and Monsieur, a variety of salads, and a large selection of charcuterie and cheeses. Patrons can also savor Le Bateau Ivre’s original tartines- open faced slices of poilane-style country bread with a variety of different toppings, including smoked salmon, Brie cheese & Honey and Vegetarian Tomato & Basil. With extraordinary attention to details, high level of services, and the casual yet refined ambience, Le Bateau Ivre is designed to make you feel as if you have been transported to an intimate bistro a vins in Paris along the romantic Seine River.

©Le Bateau Ivre, NYC 2012