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Brasserie de Keyzer

Brasserie de Keyzer Review

In the shadow of the golden lyre that tops the Concertgebouw (Concert Building), this institution has been serving musicians and concertgoers alike for almost a century. You can come here at almost any hour for anything from a drink to a full meal. The appropriately classical, dimly lighted Old Dutch interior—comfortable as an old shoe—is paneled with dark wood and spread with Oriental rugs. The menu leans toward tradition with a classic salade niçoise, rack of lamb, and sole à la meunière, with homemade steak tartare being the house specialty.

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Updated: 08-25-2012

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