brasserie

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a small restaurant serving beer and wine as well as food

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KATHARINE CAPOCCI Irvins Brasserie, The Fish Quay, North Shields IT'S a fair few years since we last visited North Shields Fish Quay, and I must admit it's undergone a transformation in that time.
Stepping inside the dimly lit brasserie, with its exposed brick and dark furniture, it would be easy to forget this stylish eaterie also does rooms.
Asked what the Brasserie is like, Raymond Blanc said if his Oxfordshire restaurant, Manoir aux Quat''Saisons, is a "delicate waltz", the Brasseries are the Can Can.
Left Bank Brasseries are open daily for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, and dinner 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm, on Sunday until 10:00 pm.
The pounds 6 million of equity funding is intended to increase the number of Blanc Brasseries to 20 by 2009.
You can pre-book Plaisir Chez Clement menu at pounds 20, or Classic Brasserie Bienvenue menu at pounds 26.
Kronenbourg 1664 is the flagship lager of Brasseries Kronenbourg, which holds 41% of the French beer market, selling about 107 million cases last year.
People come to brasseries to eat steak and chips and other basic dishes.
Blanc Brasseries traditionally restore and refurbish buildings previously used as restaurants.
The Plaisir Chez Clement menu may be booked at pounds 20, or the Classic Brasserie Bienvenue menu at pounds 26.
But a random sample of bars, cafes and brasseries in a business district behind the Champs-Elysees showed waning enthusiasm among regulars.
He already runs successful brasseries in Oxford and Cheltenham.
5 Leading Company Profile: Brasseries Kronenbourg SA
the leading international brewer announces today that it has signed agreements for the sale of its minority participations in NOCAL and EKA in Angola and of its subsidiary, Brasseries du Logone, in Chad to Brasseries Internationale Holding Ltd.
28 honored Jean-Paul Bucher, owner of the prestigious Groupe Flo, which includes world-famous Parisian brasseries such as La Coupole, Bofinger, Vaudeville and Balzar; and Philippe Blanck of Alsace-based Paul Blanck Wines, vintners since 1610.