Regardless of the occasion, scale or nature of your event, our team at Bouchon Bakery & Cafe in Time Warner Center will work closely with you to plan a semi-private experience to wow your guests in our cafe overlooking Columbus Circle or at a location of your choosing.View Private Dining Details
Great for casual dining with coffee and desserts
It was our First Anniversary.
We were treated royally.
Every one we came in contact with congratulated us.
The food, as always, was superb.
The local with the view of the Moravian Stars hanging in the lobby of the building, the music, the view of Columbus Circle,
Made for a perfect evening.
The services was smooth, seamless, and very professional.
Took forever for server to take our order. Never brought us bread even though every single table around us got bread.
Just the place for a great bistro lunch and people watching. Excellent meal and service.
The salmon salad and chicken were top notch as usual. Ending the meal with the chocolate souffle - a must try if you go.
We enjoyed our brunch experience at Bouchon. I will return to this location during the holiday season.
Absolutely delicious. The best quiche. Not doughy like so many quiches. Just perfect. I only wish we had time for dessert as I can only imagine how fabulous it would have been.
Went for breakfast with my husband and my daughter. Their quiche of the day is always amazing .
Booked here for breakfast on our last day in New York. The views are incredible of the corner of Central Park and the snow made it even better. The service here was excellent, quick and professional. We had breakfast which was served quick with hot drinks. Would definitely revisit next time I'm in New York and would definitely recommend to everyone.
Food was very good but the service was poor. After being seated no one came up to our table with menus etc. We finally had to get someone’s attention just to get menus and water.
It was impossible to get our server’s attention for the check. Finally got it from him and he was passive aggressive and snide. Guess he didn’t want a good tip?