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La Goulue
28 East 70th Street   (1972 - 1993)
746 Madison Avenue   (1993 - 2009)
20 East 63rd Street 
New York, New York (United States)
  • May re-open in a new location.
(1972 - 2009)

 
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Back of the House
Duration Name Position
2007 - 2009 Damien Herrgott
/ Orsay / Brasserie Rulhmann
Executive Pastry Chef
2005 - 2009 Sébastien Chamaret Chef de Cuisine
[2004 - 2007] Fabien Casassus Pastry Chef
2004 - 2009 Antoine Camin Executive Chef
2000 - 2004 Jason Hicks Executive Chef
1998 - 1998 Ted Pryor Sous Chef
1996 - 1998 Jason Hicks Sous Chef
1995 - 1996 Tony DiSalvo --
1994 - 2000 Philippe Schmit Executive Chef
Front of the House
Duration Name Position
  -- Suzanne Latapie Manager
2003 - 2008 Attila Tihanyi Maitre d'
Manager
1994 - 2009 Francois Latapie Co-owner/Partner
Host
1972 - 2009 Jean Denoyer Owner/Proprietor
Last updated: 2014-01-09

 
  • The restaurant is named for Louise Weber, a French cancan dancer who danced under the name La Goulue ("the glutton"). Weber danced at the Moulin Rouge, and would down customers' drinks as she danced past their tables.

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