Time Out says
The landmark restaurant Copain held court in Midtown East for 45 years, and now, Copinette is picking up where it left off. Like its predecessor, Copinette serves French-influenced American cuisine. Start with a cocktail, like the French Connection with cognac and amaretto—an apt name, given that one scene of the 1971 film was actually filmed outside Copain. The menu of appetizers features classics with a twist, like roasted foie gras with peaches and brioche ($18) and beet salad with ricotta, watercress and hazelnut ($15). Entrees include macadamia-crusted halibut with mushroom fricassee ($28), chicken cordon blue with white wine–mustard sauce ($28) and truffle mushroom risotto ($21). Finish the meal with amaretto mousse with plum-rosemary compote or berry corn-cake torte (both $9), because you’re worth it.
891 1st Avenue
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thur: 11:30am-Midnight, Fri: 11:30am-1am, Sat: 11am-1am, Sun: 11am-Midnight|
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