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About Brasserie 292
Brasserie 292 combines the old-world charm of Poughkeepsie's historic Main Street district with a timeless, classic Brasserie fare. Diners can choose from a menu that boasts an impressive range of selections, from our Raw Bar to the Prime Boneless Ribeye, and includes a diverse wine and beer list. Once a popular garment destination, our inviting dining room has been transformed into a spacious haven that can accommodate over 80 people. We have a simple philosophy at Brasserie 292: use fine, local ingredients coupled with traditional cookery to create an incomparable and exceptional dining experience.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday : 4:00pm - 10:30pm, Saturday: 2:00pm - 10:30pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Between Market and Academy
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Brasserie 292 offers off-site catering, for more information please call (845)-473-0292
There is on street parking when available and metered till 6pm. There is also a public parking lot located at 11 liberty street.
Private Party Facilities:
The Private room can accommodate up to 30 guests. The restaurant is also available for buyout PA
Private Party Contact:
Charles Fells: (845) 473-0292
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We can also accommodate larger groups from 20-150 in our sister location named CANVAS
Brasserie 292 Ratings and Reviews
It was a quiet Sunday night but the food got the attention it needed in the kitchen. Four of us each had different dishes and we were all satisfied. My duck was cooked exactly as I'd requested, the short ribs were rich and delicious. They seem to be in transition with the wine list since they were out of some and had others in the back room and not on the list. Still the bartender was either knowledgeable about the wine or told me he didn't know. I can work with that!
Hilariously slow cocktail service. There were 2 guys at the bar, eating, at least 3 waiters and a bartender, and perhaps 3 banquettes of people who already had their drinks. It took 40 minutes to take our drink order & deliver a Negroni, a Martini and a glass of gin on the rocks. It was a Sunday night at 6 PM. Very poor. Don't order a thing before you get your cocktails, or your food will be cold before they arrive!
We went to Brasserie 292 for Restaurant Week, and thoroughly enjoyed it. The wine was good, (try Malbec Purple), and the food was delicious - Succulent Lamb Shank that fell off of the bone, savory Celeriac Soup, and a very generous portion of creamy foie gras. We'll be back soon.
We went to B 292 during restaurant week, but we had been there previously. The food was excellent and we loved the ambiance. The food were full portions which is not always the case during restaurant week. I would recommend this restaurant however parking can be a challenge but in my estimation it is worth it!
We've had dinner here several times in the past and both the food and service was excellent. This time though the food was as good as ever, however, our waiter was less attentive and lacking in personality compared to previous visits.
We'll continue you stop by but if service level continues as recently experienced we may wish to consider other dining options.
We really enjoyed this place last year, but what a difference a year makes. The service was nice, but The food and drinks were lacking. The food was cold, the onion soup was off tasting, the beef tartare was bland. The eggs Benedict flat. The bloody Mary was warm. Every place can have an off day.
We ate before a concert, and our server made sure that we were out in time, without rushing us. There were several events going on that evening and the restaurant was very crowded, but we ate a relaxed meal. The food was wonderful, although one of us thought that the beef ragu sauce for the ravioli was too strong a flavor, drowning out the mushroom/cheese filling. But my black sea bass was delicious. The servings were not too large, which I was happy about. I think that many restaurants put far too much food on your plate. I had room for flourless chocolate cake afterwards, which was outstanding.
Equal to French bistros we frequent in NYC. The duck confit was one of the best I've had, and the most quantity of foie gras I've ever been given. The lamb shank was moist and off the bone, could have used a little more seasoning, but still very satisfactory. The cocktails were creative, tasty and strong - try the Loose Cannon. Great decor and friendly, helpful staff.
Met to discuss an upcoming project- we could not have asked for a better spot!
The service was sublime, the food excellent, and the prices very good for the portion size and quality of the food. The Rillettes on the cheese plate are INCREDIBLE, and the “little owl” cocktail is delicious. Great wine list too. We’ll be back!
I'd been to the restaurant for brunch in the past and really enjoyed it. My wife and I were looking to take a ride on a beautiful night, from Westchester County. We called friends near Poughkeepsie to meet us and, it was worth the ride. Food, service, ambience and even price were great.
Anthony was our server and he was very knowledgeable about the entire menu, that it made it so easy to decide what to order. The booths are awesome and the cocktails were superb. If you like pate, this is your place. We both ordered steaks that were cooked to perfection. Truly was a perfect dining experience.
Had a great dinner once again. Always good food. Fried oysters, my favorite, never disappoints. The veal shank was a bit dry but the Brussels sprouts and the sauteed spinach were great. Always a good wine selection (The Grenache was full and tasty, my wife had the Vouvray, also a good choice ). Her salmon was done well with a great mustard sauce. Gelato was so-so, but then if you had Gelato in Rome you really can't find its equal anywhere else (my wife disagrees). The service was, as always, excellent.
Walk right past the bar into a letter perfect Brasserie with tile, wood and red banquettes. Menus straight from Paris with excellent local selections. Good steaks, oysters, onion soup and a perfect array of desserts. Great for treating your Vassar student to a wonderful french evening. Even on Saturday night and despite tile walls, we could hear one another. Parking on street or behind the restaurant.
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