Definition of brasserie in English:

brasserie

Syllabification: bras·se·rie
Pronunciation: /ˌbrasəˈrē
 
/

noun (plural brasseries)

An informal restaurant, especially one in France or modeled on a French one and with a large selection of drinks.
More example sentences
  • For more informal meetings, there is also the lobby lounge with an open terrace overlooking the boulevard, the French and international brasseries, or L' Olivier Restaurant offering cuisines from south-east France.
  • Tofu is to this peculiar style of restaurant what frites are to a French brasserie.
  • There's been a resurgence in steakhouses at clubs, pubs, brasseries and restaurants.

Origin

mid 19th century: French, originally 'brewery', from brasser 'to brew'.

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