Origin of brasserie
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There’s the Hive, which specializes in honey recipes and has its own bees just outside the window, and a brasserie where an enormous Damien Hirst sculpture of a crystal Pegasus flies overhead.Another London must-see: Selfridges, the iconic luxury department store|Nancy Nathan|September 30, 2021|Washington Post
For example, restaurants should turn the music down to discourage customers from talking loudly, says Sam Harrison, who owns a brasserie called Sam’s Riverside in London.
Lastly, we taste a smooth Volcelest Triple from Brasserie de la Vallée de Chevreuse, about 40 minutes outside Île-de-France.
Many of them take a page out of the brasserie history books and maintain small, local operations.
That's what law professor Paul Campos told me, sitting at a table in Brasserie Beck after a Cato panel on law schools.Law School Enrollments are Plummeting. What Happens Next?|Megan McArdle|January 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The cellar was immediately under a ruined brasserie, and in the grounds of the latter was a solitary German grave.The Romance of the Red Triangle|Arthur Keysall Yapp
On either side of the boulevard were shops and cafs, mostly cafs, with every now and then a brasserie, or beer hall.The Lion and The Mouse|Charles Klein
The brasserie at the corner of Rue Maubeuge stands on the site of the ancient cemetery des Porcherons.Historic Paris|Jetta S. Wolff
You—a Levantine dancing girl—a common painted thing of the public footlights—a creature of brasserie and cabaret!The Moonlit Way|Robert W. Chambers
But the slop and swish of the rain did not prevent the brasserie of The Fallen Angels from being filled with noisy drinkers.Melomaniacs|James Huneker