If it's Sunday and you want to brunch on the holiest of trinities—blini, caviar, and champagne—look no further than this brasserie. The elegant modern furnishings and the professional yet personal service attracts a business crowd at lunch, as well as late-night diners still on an aesthetic roll after attending an event at the nearby Concert Building. Come to be treated to a French-influenced menu that includes oysters, duck confit, steak tartare, and boudin noir
(blood sausage). There's outdoor dining when the weather cooperates.