Paris Commune is launching a series of special Red Rooster Dinners

West Village favorite Paris Commune is launching a series of special Red Rooster Dinners, to be held in their private downstairs Rouge Wine Bar, for diners to experience.  Each dinner will present a specially crafted menu and the first Red Rooster dinner, to be held on Wednesday, March 2 at 7pm, will highlight the flavors and versatility of Ostrich.

For $60 per person (plus tax/tip), a four-course prix fixe (including an amuse) will offer dishes, like an Ostrich and Wild Mushroom Consommé with a skewered Ostrich meatball, green herb aioli and bourbon-rosemary foam. For dessert, there’s an Ostrich Egg Crème Brulée with Elderflower and roasted pear.  And for $100 (plus tax/tip), diners can experience this menu with wine pairings—wines TBD.  These wine pairings will also be available a la carte.

Seating is extremely limited, so those interested should call Hugo Uys at Paris Commune, 212-929-0509, to reserve their seat ASAP.  For those who don’t get a seat, Paris Commune offers a grilled ostrich entrée on their standard dinner menu to enjoy and more Red Rooster Dinners are on their way—stay tuned!


Paris Commune

99 Bank Street


Paris Commune is located at 99 Bank Street in the heart of Manhattan’s West Village, and is open for dinner Sunday through Thursday from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM and on Friday and Saturday from 6:00 PM to midnight. Paris Commune serves brunch and lunch seven days a week, starting at 10:00 AM on weekends and 11:00 AM on weekdays, until 3:00PM. For more information on private parties, catering options, and reservations, please call 212-929-0509 or visit


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