What is foie gras? You can view the following video to learn more and find restaurants below who serve it.

I would urge the following upper east side, nyc restaurants to end serving foie gras and stop going there all together if they don’t. Please click the following link to read the full post on foie gras.

* upper east side, nyc restaurants who serve foie gras:

37 E 64th St | At Madison Ave

34 E 61st St | Btwn Madison & Park Ave

Bandol Bistro
181 E 78th St | Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave

Bistro 61
1113 1st Ave | At 61st St
E 72nd St & Park Dr N

Brasserie Julien
1422 3rd Ave | Btwn 80th & 81st St

Bruno Jamais
24 E 81st St | Btwn 5th & Madison Ave

Buzina Pop
1022A Lexington Ave | At 73rd St

Cafe Boulud
20 E 76th St | Btwn Madison & 5th Ave

Cafe d’Alsace
1695 2nd Ave | At 88th St

Cafe Pierre
2 E 61st St | At 5th Ave

60 E 65th St | Btwn Madison & Park Ave

davidburke & donatella
133 E 61st St | Btwn Park & Lexington Ave

160 E 64th St | At Lexington Ave

227 E 67th St | Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave

La Tour
1319 3rd Ave | Btwn 75th & 76th St

Le Bilboquet
25 E 63rd St | Btwn Madison & Park Ave

Le Refuge
166 E 82nd St | Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave

Lenox Room
1278 3rd Ave | Btwn 73rd & 74th St

Mark’s Restaurant
25 E 77th St | Btwn 5th & Madison Ave

Mon Petit Cafe
801 Lexington Ave | At 62nd St

1057 Lexington Ave | At 75th St

Paris Match
29 E 65th St | At Madison Ave

Park Avenue Cafe (CLOSED)
100 E 63rd St | Btwn Lexington & Park Ave

Payard Bistro
1032 Lexington Ave | Btwn 73rd & 74th St

1489 2nd Ave | Btwn 77th & 78th St

The Carlyle
35 E 76th St | At Madison Ave

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  1. We know more to-day than we dlid regarding inhumane treatment to animals both domestic and for food, so we must condemn this.

    The idea of force feeding and torturing a duck to produce fois-gras ought to make anyone want to “throw up at the thought”! To even consider eating this is an act of complete disregard of animal rights
    and goes against the laws of nature.
    I can understand breeding these farm animals for food, however to torture them before killing them is barbaric and shameful.

    Next time you eat fois-gras, picture it going down your throat as it does a ducks throat to produce it.. Hopfully you will remember this when you are about to order it.

  2. hi, the people who working in this industry and feed your family with his salary, (I do not mean owners),
    how to live when closing this industry? or what? first human than ducks
    think!!!!! not only to this

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