Claudette is a Provençal restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village, steps from Washington Square Park. Created by two friends, Carlos A Suarez and Mark Barak, Claudette offers a warm and inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family on Thanksgiving. Claudette will be offering a full Thanksgiving menu with a new take on old classics, including sweet potato falafel, crispy skin aurora salmon, mushroom and caraway stuffing and baharat spiced pumpkin pie.
Inspired by the soulful cooking and teachings of his Tunisian grandmother, Chef Ari Bokovza’s style celebrates the rich flavors of the Mediterranean and Provence while maintaining a respect for individual ingredients. During the course of his professional life, Bokovza has worked in some of New York City’s most renowned restaurants including Union Square Cafe, Picholine and The Modern, where, during his three-year tenure as chef de cuisine, the restaurant was awarded three stars from The New York Times. Chef Ari Bokovza’s menu at Claudette focuses on local produce, seafood and North African aromatics found in the Provençal kitchen. Book your Thanksgiving reservation here.