Daniel **


Chef Daniel Boulud’s renowned restaurant delights the senses with elegant ambiance, gracious service and delectable menus in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. This Relais & Châteaux member’s award winning contemporary French cuisine is inspired by the seasons and accompanied by world class wines. The distinctive setting boasts contemporary furnishings and finishes atop the restaurant’s grand neo classical architecture. DANIEL offers the Bellecour Room for private dining and a warm and welcoming Bar & Lounge where guests enjoy creative cocktails, à la carte dining and sumptuous late night desserts. The restaurant is also a distinctive destination for weddings and rehearsal dinners, and is one of the few Manhattan restaurants to have a coveted two-star Michelin rating.


Tel 212.933.5261

The Bellecour Room is named for the historic town square in the heart of Chef Daniel Boulud’s hometown, Lyon. Our function space is perfect for elegant entertaining at DANIEL as it is located off the restaurant’s lounge for a completely private experience. Naturally lit through a series of windows facing East 65th Street, the Bellecour Room is a refined setting to enjoy Chef Boulud’s exquisite cuisine.

We warmly invite you to host your corporate and social events at DANIEL. The Bellecour Room accommodates up to 90 guests for a seated event and 150 guests for a standing reception. The restaurant is also available for your private luncheon. The Main Dining Room can seat a maximum of 140 guests.

Our Private Dining Director looks forward to taking personal care of every detail so that you can entertain at DANIEL with ease and grace.


Our contemporary French cuisine celebrates each season’s finest ingredients. Whether you are planning a simple three-course luncheon or an elaborate six-course dinner, Chef Daniel



Restaurant Daniel’s wine list spans 15 countries and includes over 2,000 selections carefully chosen for their utmost quality by Head Sommelier Raj Vaidya. Our state of the art cellar has a capacity of 25,000 bottles and is both temperature and humidity controlled for optimum wine storage conditions. Proper cellaring ensures not only that wines age well, but that they emerge at correct serving temperatures, ready to be savored at their best. Our wine list offers something for every palate and pocketbook ranging from a $25 bottle of Riesling appropriately named “Charm” from the Breuer Family in the Rheingau region of Germany, to a bottle of the legendary Chateau D’Yquem 1918 for $10,000. Many full bottles are priced under $100. While the thought of choosing from among 2000 selections might seem daunting, our team of sommeliers pride themselves in helping guests order wines to complement their meal. We also offer wine pairings specifically selected for our tasting menus.

The proximity of Daniel Boulud’s hometown of Lyon to the Rhône Valley and Burgundy regions of France is apparent on our wine list. We offer extensive verticals and deep vintages of the great wines of Europe and America. Traveling though the wine regions of the world, our sommelier has developed special relationships with small, quality-oriented winemakers who sell rare cuvees as well as older vintages of their bottlings that are seldom seen on the market. In many cases, these wines are available exclusively at DANIEL.

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This is the casually elegant side of DANIEL whether dropping in for cocktails, à Ia carte dining, late night desserts — or a sumptuous fine dining experience.

The cocktails in the bar at DANIEL evolve with the seasons. The famous “White Cosmo” has a fragrant splash of St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, while the Duke, served in a hollow sphere of ice, puts a modern twist on the classic Negroni.

In the Bar, neo-classical architecture is juxtaposed with striking contemporary details. Just a few steps above in The Lounge, mahogany paneled walls, cocoa colored velvet upholstered sofas and richly lacquered tables line the intimate space.

Join the ranks of Upper East Siders in the know who have made the Bar and Lounge at DANIEL their neighborhood rendezvous spot.


Mon-Sat 5:3OPM-11:3OPM

Closed for lunch but available for private events
for up to 140 guests.
Closed Sundays & major holidays.


Jackets required for gentlemen; elegant or business attire.
No jeans, sneakers, shorts, sandals or t-shirts please.
No sportswear, flip flops, or baseball caps.


Congratulations on your engagement!

It is our greatest pleasure to welcome you to DANIEL in celebration of such a special occasion. We look forward to assisting you with arrangements to ensure your wedding is as memorable and beautiful as you envision.

In preparation for this momentous occasion, we offer you the event planning services and highly personalized attention you would expect from a legendary four star restaurant. Our Director of Private Dining will attend to all the details of your wedding reception from customized menus to floral decoration and musical entertainment. The subtle elegance of the DANIEL setting combined with our expert guidance and Chef Daniel Boulud’s acclaimed cuisine will make this perfect day truly unforgettable.

For more information on planning your special day at DANIEL, click here.

For more information contact

Ehren Jennings


Listing Information

Award Winning,Catering,Dinner,Fine Dining,Functions,Private Room,Weddings,Wheelchair Access

Pricey - $36 - $60,Exclusive - $61 and above




Car Park


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