Get Cultured — July 7, 2016 at 3:50 pm

Art Comes to Bagatelle



The Meatpacking District is home to countless memorable restaurants and nightlife scenes, including the renowned Bagatelle. Nestled on Little West 12th Street, this restaurant has become famous for their vibrant brunch parties, but they are also highlighting internationally acclaimed artists to further emphasize their lively atmosphere.

Working closing with the Opera Gallery, Bagatelle unveiled their latest art installation from Seen, one of the premiere graffiti artists in the world. The Opera Gallery in New York works with restaurants to curate works that allow the space to constantly reinvent itself through changing art. Focusing on everyone’s favorite superheroes, Seen depicts the beloved characters in a new style.

Bagatelle’s walls are brought to life with the likes of a dripping portrait of Batman, a closeup of Captain America and The Hulk’s hands. Also, sneaking into the art installation is a Whistling Felix. All of these of paintings make the perfect backdrop for those Instagram pictures we know you’re all taking, especially with their signature Sangria Rosé Bagatelle which is made with rosé, vodka, combier crème de peche, peach puree and lemon juice.


People may feel like they have seen Seen’s artwork before, because he has been vibrantly painting since the 1970s. Known as the Godfather of Graffiti, Seen has influenced countless artists and has had his artwork hanging next to the likes of Andy Warhol and Keith Haring.

Whether people are dining or partaking in their fabulous brunch parties, they can admire Seen’s colorful artwork while enjoying some of Bagatelle’s signature bites and drinks. It’s not just about brunch at this Meatpacking hotspot, they offer exceptional French inspired cuisine, including Poluet Roti Entier a la Truffe, which is a whole truffled chicken with country style potatoes and chicken jus.

Twisted Talk: Have you seen the new artwork at Bagatelle? What do you think of it? Discuss below!

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