Gaby Brasserie Fran�aise Will Have Guests Saying 'merci' This Thanksgiving Day

Award-winning Executive Chef Sylvain Harribey, who recently won first place on Food Network's Chopped, invites guests to Gaby Brasserie Fran�aise at the stylish Sofitel New York hotel for an inspired Thanksgiving feast with some French notes on Nov. 28.

The prix fixe dinner, in Gaby Brasserie's vibrant Art Deco setting, includes Salade De Ch�vre Chaud et Prosciutto - aged goat cheese toasted with honey on a baguette with winter lettuce, shaved Prosciutto, and a fig vinaigrette; Salade De Quinoa Aux Crevettes - baby shrimps roasted with garlic and parsley served in a Mediterranean quinoa salad with citrus vinaigrette; Dinde Farcie Aux Morilles - Lancaster County turkey breast slowly roasted then stuffed with wild mushrooms and morels with sides of sweet potato flan, chestnut vegetable ragout, and cranberry sauce; and Saumon Grill� De Vancouver - salmon from Vancouver's Skuna Bay, pan-seared and dusted with Cajun spices, served with creamy vegetable risotto and roasted Brussels sprouts with lemon butter sauce.

The delectable meal promises to end on a sweet note with assorted homemade mini-desserts including Chocolate Cr�me Br�l�e and Macaroons. All guests will be served a glass of warm spiced apple cider with the chef's compliments.


Gaby Brasserie Fran�aise's Thanksgiving menu will be available from 12 to 10 p.m. and is priced at $62 per person and $24.50 for children 12 and under, exclusive of tax and gratuity. For reservations or more information call (212) 782-3091 or visit www.gabynyrestaurant.com.

About Gaby Brasserie Fran�aise

Gaby is the outstanding brasserie and bar at Sofitel New York. Named for a Parisian model who found her milieu in 1920s New York, Gaby serves classic French cuisine by Executive Chef Sylvain Harribey, whose culinary achievements include winning the Food Network hit show Chopped. Its bar is the place to be seen and the place to enjoy both creative and classical cocktails, fine wines and champagne. Boasting an archetypal brasserie setting by Paris-based interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, Gaby has its own entrance on W. 45th Street. It offers continuous service from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. For reservations, call (212) 782-3091 or visit www.gabynyrestaurant.com.

Contact: 

Jamie Donovan / Alessandra Carriero
Middleton & Gendron Inc.
(212) 980-9194 / (212) 980-9232
jdonovan@mg-pr.com / acarriero@mg-pr.com