DB Bistro Moderne in New York is well known for Daniel Boulud’s highly acclaimed $32 foie gras-stuffed, truffle laden DB Burger. But after a recent five-week renovation and menu revamp, the restaurant is also finding success with a number of meat-free options. The famous burger, which retained its place on the menu, is now joined by a section of the menu called Cuisine du Marché, designed to showcase the best ingredients from local farmers markets. It wasn’t a ...
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