Terrance Brennan's Picholine Closes for Good

The UWS staple will move to a new location
October 2, 2015
by Kelly Dobkin

A major loss for the Upper West Side: The 24-year-old French-Mediterranean staple Picholine from chef Terrance Brennan has closed for good and will move to a new location. A statement from Brennan reads: “The lease is expiring and the rent is increasing, so staying at West 64th Street is no longer practical. Picholine has outgrown the space and I am looking forward to finding a new home and bringing the restaurant to new heights."

Picholine was known for popularizing the European cheese course and for its fine-dining atmosphere. Stay tuned for more updates as they emerge. 

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