Les halles

The two restaurants were covered in handwritten notes and flowers.
His intoxicating tales of the intense, debauched life in NYC restaurant kitchens turned the chef into a global sensation.
The French brasserie had done business in Midtown for nearly 25 years.
The suit, filed by more than 100 people who've worked there for the last six years, also claims that Les Halles paid waitstaff less than the $5 minimum wage for food service employees.
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