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Ooh La La! Brasserie by Niche 

On left is brasserie chef Perry Hendrix and on right is owner-and-chef Gerard Craft. Brasserie by Niche is Craft’s third restaurant in St. Louis, coming after Niche and Taste by Niche.
A regular delivery of Companion bread makes its way to the brasserie kitchen.
One of the salads, the frisée & bacon. Served with a poached egg & bacon vinaigrette.
One of the hors d’oeuvres is the country pâté. Served with grain mustard.
The onion soup, another one of the hors d’oeuvres, is made with chicken stock, and is topped with a “thick blanket of melted Gruyère spilling
The floating island. What better way to end your meal than with the perfect touch of meringue?
Salt and pepper cellars sit on each table.
Brasserie’s casual dining experience. Makes you want spring to come even earlier so those French doors can open to a delicate, warm breeze while sipping on a beer… Sigh.
The clock on the richly colored back wall.
The assortment of coat hooks that decorate the walls.
Chef Perry Hendrix in the rather small kitchen at Brasserie.
The red-and-white checkered table cloths, topped with brown butcher paper, and whimsical artwork make up the interior of Brasserie by Niche.
Odd little finds like this, the somewhat creepy and quirky vintage photo, are also at home in Brasserie’s interior.
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On left is brasserie chef Perry Hendrix and on right is owner-and-chef Gerard Craft. Brasserie by Niche is Craft’s third restaurant in St. Louis, coming after Niche and Taste by Niche.
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