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Restaurant DescriptionInspired by the sights, sounds, and flavors of his childhood, former NFL running back Amos Zereoue has combined his passion for savory, authentic West African cuisine with his vision of a modernized Ivory Coast ambience.
During his seven years in the NFL, Amos would treat his teammates and friends to signature dishes from his homeland. Today, along with Amos, chef Sow Abraham fuses traditional Ivory Coast dishes with classic French cuisine, creating a diverse array of distinctive fare. The menu offers seasonal specials and these Ivory Coast specials are a culinary tribute to their homeland, offering Manhattan the tastes it has long been missing.
American, French, Casual/Family, Bar
French, Tea House, Coffee Shop
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