Love Seafood? Indulge at Millesime!

Before I got the flu I had some really exciting food adventures including dining at Millesime with some of my blogger friends, Blanca of FriendsEat, her friend & Lindsay, The Lunch Belle! We were in for great dining and a fun girls night out in the city!

Here’s some background on the restaurant, taken from their site: In the heart of the Flatiron, centrally located to 5th, Madison and Park Avenues, Millesime is aging like a fine wine.  Mil-e-zim (French for “vintage”) features a Tiffany skylight dome circa 1904, original mosaic floors and century-old bars. A compilation of venues including a bustling seafood brasserie, Live Music Venue, Oyster Bar and event space, Millesime has something for everyone.

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Photo Credit: Blanca Valbuena

We started the night off right with Prosecco, $1 oysters, and cocktails followed by a chef tasting! It was one of the best meals I’ve had.  One of the dishes that stood out most to me was their Caesar Salad which has one plenty of best of awards. That was just one of the many dishes we tasted. I also enjoyed the tuna tartare, ceviches, and snapper we tasted. Of course, we ended the night with dessert which delicious and incredibly flavorful and unique.

Here’s a peek of what we tasted:

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Even if you don’t come in for an entire meal they have $1 oysters every weekday from 5:30pm-8pm at Millesime‘s Oyster Bar!

Unsure where to take your sweetie for Valentine’s Day brunch this weekend? Go into Flatiron and be wowed by Millesime!

Happy Eating! 😀

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