Cassis American Brasserie

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Excellent Brasserie
The perfect setting for a promenade reminiscent of the glamorous French Riviera in the 1920s and 1930s where Europeans and Americans would leisure at the terraces of bustling restaurants. Cassis American Brasserie, a restaurant named after a charming town on the French Riviera and a blood-red cherry used in luscious cocktails.


    • Dartmouth
      Dartmouth Over a year ago
      Loves it

      In the style of NYC's Balthazar
      Beach Drive's restaurant scene keeps getting better with the addition of Cassis. As a displaced New Yorker I was thrilled to find a place where i could have a great cocktail (at half of the NY price) and find food that is really well prepared. Service is what you would expect from Florida but the atmosphere and quality of the food make up for it.