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- Before he became a celebrity chef, the late Anthony Bourdain was known as the man behind Les Halles, a popular New York City restaurant.
- When Bourdain died in 2018, fans left notes, photos, and flowers at Les Halles’ shuttered restaurant locations as a memorial.
- The space is set to open as a new brasserie in the fall, but from June 9 through June 11 it’s operating as a Les Halles pop-up. I dined there on Thursday night for a press preview.
- The $95 prix fixe menu is a collection of appetizers, a main course, and dessert.
- I chose French onion soup as my appetizer.
- The main course is a large serving of steak and French fries.
- The menu features two dessert options: chocolate mousse and custard cake.
- Diners can order cocktails for an additional charge.
- The restaurant was lined with photos of Bourdain, which was a heartwarming tribute to the late chef.