About AOC East
New York’s original AOC was founded in the heart of New York City’s West Village in 2003 by Head Chef Romain Bonnans. AOC East was born out of a desire to spread the exquisite flavors of AOC to the Upper East Side.
AOC East opened its doors in January 2017 and quickly became a neighborhood destination. The quality and flavor of the food, along with comfortable, intimate settings, set the perfect stage for romantic meals or friendly gatherings.
Our award-winning French wine selection has been carefully handpicked to offer you a dedicated representation of the French appellations; wines that truly express the quality of their Terroir. Our menus‘ suggested wine pairings have been meticulously crafted to enhance every flavor and to satisfy small and big hungers. We also focus on supporting local, organic, and biodynamic farming with ingredients you can feel good about.
A.O.C. L’aile ou la Cuisse
Located in the heart of New York City’s West Village, A.O.C. has become a part of the historic and beautiful neighborhood.
Our extensive menu is a collaboration of handed down family recipes from the chef/owner, Romain Bonnans, and classic French fare.
Savor everything from Omelets to Feuille de Brique for brunch. For dinner you might try our Moules Marinieres (a favorite among our customers), a classic Salad Nicoise or a Lobster Risotto, all while enjoying the casual atmosphere.
In the summer months, relax in our outdoor garden and experience a little bit of France.
Maison Harlem is pleased to be the newest culinary destination spot to join West Harlem’s vibrant community. Featuring a charming rustic interior that perfectly compliments the mouth-watering French Bistro style menu and superb wine selection.
The beautifully designed restaurant offers an incredible bright and airy space with lots of exposed brick and a comfortable and enjoyable ambiance.
“One of our favorite design elements is the quaint French window walls that allow the room to be flooded with light. Come and visit us for a truly savoir faire experience!”