By: Jude Pierre-Louise
For over 20 years, the Bromberg brothers have had a robust influence in the culinary world. The success of these two men began as boys after many family trips to the South of France. Craving to learn more about the art of food, they decided to learn at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, the world’s largest hospitality education institution.
In 1992, they combined their French training with their American roots and opened the original Blue Ribbon restaurant in New York City. Serving casual and eclectic menu items, they continued to expanded their repertoire with sushi bars, fried chicken joints, bars and even bakeries.
They recently cut yet another ribbon to welcome their newest outpost in Lower Manhattan, Blue Ribbon Federal Grill located on the ground floor of AKA Wall Street. Here you’ll find “something for everyone” on their broad and diversified menu. From crawfish boils to caviar, from bone marrow to burgers, the choice is difficult to make.
If sushi is more your thing, you can head over to Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar at Brookfield Place’s Hudson Eats. Sit at one of the 16 seats at the sushi bar or grab something to-go.
Whichever you decide, your prized meal awaits!