RESERVATION

Soho

Just over a year after opening its doors in the West Village, St Tropez restaurant and wine bar has opened a second location in the heart of the vibrant neighborhood of SoHo! The original concept dreamt up by the four French friends still applies “Provençal, family-style cooking that is meant for sharing,” and the purpose of celebrating the culinary traditions and the relaxing lifestyle of the French Riviera remains at the center of everything the restaurant does. From its warm and cozy atmosphere to its tasty and colorful cuisine, St Tropez SoHo is proud to bring a Provençal feel to its new neighborhood.


ComplexWines

St Tropez’s wine list is similar to the one at St Tropez West Village and puts the emphasis on organic and biodynamic wines from all French wine-growing regions along with Provençal rosé and Champagne. There are options by the glass or half bottle which gives plenty of options to try a wide variety of wines without having to buy a bottle. The wine offerings are changing regularly. Yohann Pecheux, Partner and General Manager, is keen on picking up affordable wines with a high potential. The restaurant also promotes a happy hour tasting menu, with an initiation tour as well as a premium package to discover older vintages and more complex wines!

Southof France Food

On the menu, Chef Gerald Barthelemy proposes a few traditional dishes of the south of France as well as creations of his own. The ingredients are carefully selected from the best suppliers of the region and he makes sure to give a refreshing taste to the menu every season. Among some of the signature dishes like the Daube Provençale of Black Angus beef in red wine sauce, there are new dishes like the Tartelette aux Escargots, a savory tart with snails, zucchini and tomatoes, and the Flan de Porc Braisé, apple cider braised pork belly over celery root puree.

Bienvenue en Provence

The new interior space is much brighter than the West Village location. St Tropez Soho, like its West Village counterpart, has a communal table, about fifty seats in total, a concrete bar, and an open kitchen. Inspired by a Provencal “Mas” (farmhouse in French), the décor is rustic and laid-back at the same time. The welcoming message of “Bienvenue en Provence” located on the exposed brick wall associated with the candles all over the reclaimed wood shelves give a hearty touch to the place. During the warmer months, the restaurant is also opening its sliding doors completely to make room for a large and lovely flowered terrace!