Catch It: Cédric

“Everything is going to be amazing,” Kelli said; when she invited her friends for dinner at Cédric French Bistro (185 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY 10026).

And it was.

Thursday, January 23rd, Edward, Ed, Kelli and I were caught up in the ‘Vive’ at Cédric.

The Sound:

Nesto Johnson (DJ-Nessdigi), his music, his magic, his majestic rhythms ranged from funk, rock, soul, r&b, hip-hop and reggae.

The Smell:

Our savoring palate was excellent, starting with: Red Beat Salad with Goat Cheese; Grilled Salmon with Ratatouille; Grilled Hanger Steak with Shallots and Red Wine Sauce; French Fries; and Wine & Desserts.

The Service:

The service evoked fun and festivities with friends. A special appreciation to: Ramón Castellanos, John Zuluaga, and Kebe Baccari.

The Style:

When I entered the red canopy restaurant, I gazed at the masterful works of art by Peter Tunney. There on the brick wall were his bold and decorative “acrylic paint and extensive collage of mixed media on canvas.”

At Cédric, its sense of style is the essence of culinary splendor, and its romantic oasis in Harlem.

Catch it if you can at www.cedricbistro.com, www.ptexperiment.com/gallery.html, and www.nessdigi.com

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