Le Coucou: A Vintage Inspired French Restaurant In New York

Imagine yourself in France at this new restaurant Le Coucou in Soho, New York. Le Coucou is the first American restaurant of chef Daniel Rose who also has a restaurant in Paris called Spring. Designer duo Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman & Williams designed Le Coucou restaurant with the idea of making the restaurant feel like a home. Le Coucou has a beautiful collection of vintage Thonet chairs, a bar that resembles a kitchen counter in front of an antique upgraded oak door and a hand painted mural based on the work of Hubert Robert (an 18th-century French landscape painter). I must say I find the bar space in Le Coucou absolutely stunning, I love the vintage atmosphere in this French restaurant Le Coucou in New York.

Gravity Home: Le Coucou

Gravity Home: Le Coucou

Gravity Home: Le Coucou

Gravity Home: Le Coucou

Gravity Home: Le Coucou

photography by Ditte Isager

 

Le Coucou opened on june 13th and can be found on 138 Lafayette Street, New York. 

 

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