Daniel Boulud’s Next Restaurant Nods to a New York Classic

Torri Donley

The opening of a white-tablecloth restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, by the chef behind the very formal Daniel, might seem counterintuitive in the midst of a pandemic. But Daniel Boulud is embracing the timing, right down to the new restaurant’s name. Mr. Boulud is calling it Le Pavillon, after a famed […]

The opening of a white-tablecloth restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, by the chef behind the very formal Daniel, might seem counterintuitive in the midst of a pandemic. But Daniel Boulud is embracing the timing, right down to the new restaurant’s name.

Mr. Boulud is calling it Le Pavillon, after a famed palace of haute cuisine that opened in 1941 during another troubled time, World War II. “This name is significant for New York, and I’m a fan of the history,” said Mr. Boulud, who arrived in the city from France in 1980, eight years after Le Pavillon closed. “It’s good to bring back memories of the past.”

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