Husband and wife owners, Rob and Maggie Wasserman, maintain a daily commitment to presenting the highest quality cuisine to their customers. The restaurant’s reputation for a standout meal has been consistently achieved through remarkable culinary preparation and a sophisticated attention to detail. Rouge is the Square’s original dining destination and the bistro remains a favorite among locals and visitors alike for its ambiance, food and dazzling park-side dining. We are open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and Saturday and Sunday brunch. Reservations can be made for lunch (M-F only) beginning at 10 am. All other requests for large and private parties should be handled by email or by phone. Sam Noh started his culinary career in 2002 at The Bubble House in Philadelphia. After five years, Sam left Philly to further his knowledge in New York City. His first position in Manhattan, Lola's in SOHO, served French Cajun/Creole fare. Sam then continued his New York experience at Vento, an Italian Trattoria in the meat-packing district. Concurrently, he worked for the three star-rated Fiamma under chef Fabio Trabocchi, where he refined his skills in Mediterranean cuisine. Sam also began working stages at two other well-respected NYC spots; Michael Psilakis' Anthos, and Tom Colicchio's Craft Bar. Sam remained at Vento and Fiamma for a little over a year before moving to The Trinity Place in the FINANCIAL District, a restaurant serving many different types of high-end cuisines. Philadelphia beckoned Sam, though, and he returned to his roots and began his career at Rouge. Under the direction of Executive Chef Michael Yeamans, Sam worked as Sous Chef before being named Executive Chef himself. He remains there today, infusing Rouge's menu with over ten years of diverse culinary practice.