Bagatelle first opened in NYC and is still a widely known staple restaurant in the Meatpacking District. The design and atmosphere was largely inspired by French culture and cuisine and a decade later it’s still going strong in its exceptional service.
The Dubai branch continues to impress with its unmatched decadence, hospitality and culinary skills and has long attracted an array of high profile guests. Just like its sister restaurant in NYC, Bagatelle Dubai has become a hotspot in the city and brings in both local residents and international tourists. If you’re from France, we highly recommend coming here for a late night dinner and staying until closing because you’re going to be in for a treat. Every Tuesday you’ll find the elusive French night, where the waiters hop on tables in intervals and dance to some French music, the lights go dim and it turns into a club vibe.
Later on as it gets further into the night, the lights stay dim, the DJ plays the music louder and the whole restaurant starts getting crazy. The waiters encourage guests to dance and they even bring around red berets for those super keen to party like they’re in France. They also whip out a giant French flag and get help from people to hold it up as everyone proceeds to sway it and dance beneath it.