La Goulue Grand Reopening

When La Goulue shuttered its doors almost a decade ago, Upper East Side locals were sad to see it go.  Flash forward 8 Years, the famed restaurant has reopened its doors in a new location in the same neighborhood!

The French restaurant found a new home at 29 East 61st Street.  Owner Jean Denoyer kept all the old salvaged paneling and light fixtures from the original restaurant and stored it away for safekeeping.  When blueberry builders was connected with Mr. Denoyer, we were beyond excited to work alongside his architect from France.  Several months, and many late nights later, locals are pouring back in to the beloved establishment.

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See the Buzz:

New York Times | After 8 Years, La Goulue Reopens on the Upper East Side

Eater | Beloved French Bistro La Goulue Returns Monday

Patch | La Goulue Reopens After 8-Year Hiatus