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French Restaurants in New York, NY
1.Pergola Des Artistes
252 W 46th St
We have been patronizing this cozy restaurant in the heart of the theater district for over 15 years. The food is delicious, expertly prepared to perfection. The best French onion soup we have ever eaten. Very fresh fish and vegetables. Outstanding duck. To die for chocolate mousse. The menu is extensive and reasonably priced. A real gem. Even our fussiest friends and relatives loved their experiences dining here.
411 Park Ave S
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You know, this place gets talked up a lot, but it's not really that amazing. Better people watching than food.
100 E 53rd St
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Brasserie is the ulimate dining hotspot -- exceptional fare, remarkable atmospheric flare and outstanding service. I consider myself a connoisseur of NYC dining, and I cannot express strongly enough how overwelming pleased I was with every aspect of Brasserie. It is a not-to-be missed dining destination for any occasion, including a romantic dinner date, business lunch or Sunday brunch. I even recommend it for occassions such as Mother's Day and Easter. They serve an amazing prix fix meal that trumps anything you'd get elsewhere. Complements to the chef! I'm confident that every one will agree that Brasserie is out of this world. In fact, this would be an understatement. You have not dined in NYC until you've tried this restaurant. My menu selects: escargots bourguignon, beet salad, long island duck, sea bass and chocolate beignets.
60 E 65th St
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Went to Daniel with my boyfriend (thanks, honey!) for our anniversary and it's super-fancy and elegant. The service was amazing from start to finish, but perhaps a bit too formal for my taste. The meal was exquisite, down to every detail. I wouldn't go here often but if you're celebrating a big event or special occasion, definitely splurge and go!
80 Spring St
Had breakfast at Balthazar this morning and it was decadent. I had poached eggs with smoked salmon and hollandaise on an English muffin and my guest had the brioche French toast with applewood smoked bacon. We both enjoyed the Mimosas. This place is fantastic! The staff is at times a bit haughty. The food is great. Go! Eat!
1 Central Park W
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Respect to MARBLE LITE, INC. that keeps the marble floors/walls in the #1 restaurant in NY shiny and beautiful. Best food experience i had.
7.Match 65 Brasserie
29 E 65th St
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Was having dinner late on Sunday night with my girl friend when Sean Penn arrived with to 2 models and sat next to us. How awesome was that!!!.....Great food, service and superbe ambiance
8.Mon Petit Cafe
801 Lexington Ave Frnt 1
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I really like it here. The food is great and the feel is cozy. Brunch is $13.95 without alcohlic drinks. There nothing more one could want from a French Cafe
630 9th Ave
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What a beautiful restaurant! I truly felt as though I was somewhere in France. My waitress was attentive and patient, and once the food came I was sold. I didn't want my meal to end, i was with five people and all of us enjoyed everything we got. The waitress was attentive with just the right balance of checking on us without being over-bearing. Marseille was a true dining experience and I can't wait to get back together with my friends and go back!
10.La Bonne Soupe
48 W 55th St
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Love french onion soup ! Crepe, wine ,salad ,everything great ! And reasonable price!!
3 E 52nd St
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Had reservations at 9pm on a Saturday. Usually, I don't eat this late but that was the only time available. It was my 1 year wedding anniversary so it was worth the wait. When I arrived, I had to wait about 10 mins or so. I was placed at the very first table on the left, near bar. Wasn't ideal as I wanted something in the back but took what was available. The menu was fairly small. We picked the price fix at $89. Had great foie graus as appetizer. Melted in my mouth! Main course was the lobster and monkfish. Not the best lobster I ever had but was very good. Was made in a light cream pea sauce. Had frog legs for the very first time and it was amazing!! great seasoning, light (italian style). My wife ordered a salad. Was very surprised on the portion. Huge! for a salad and very tasty. She ordered the steak. Wasn't impressed really. Too chewy. The portions overall are very small (as all French food is served) so I was expecting small portions. Don't come here starving. Eat a late lunch at least or a snack prior. Wasn't crazy about the dessert. Ordered just ice cream. Couldn't do the cake/pasteries. I ate too much bread! The little breads they give you are very declious! The service was right on. This is definitely a place to bring your wife or girlfriend for a romantic nite. The restaurant seemed more cater to bigger crowds as a lot of the tables were made for groups of 6 or more. Much older crowd (I think me and my wife were the youngest). Very classy, elegant. My only complaint was that it was a bit stuffy in there. Elbow touching close! A little too close for my taste. That was the table I was in. At least no one on the other side, just a mirrored wall. I wish we could of sat towards the back but it was late and I was hungry so I was not going to be picky. Overall, great atmosphere. Very pricey so won't expect to come back here for quite some time! Also, be prepared to double tip! Waiter and Captain. If you are looking for romance and want to really take your time eating and don't mind spending a lot of money, this is your place! Average guys like me can't afford it but for a special occasion, it's worth it!
253 W 11th St
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such a nice beautiful cozy restaurant! its fantastic the waitress held our spot on the line and allowed us to go around the block for a bottle of wine! and we had a table waiting for us once we got back! yes its byob! such a value at that and such a selection at the shop around the block. i bet they get so much business because of this restaurant. this is your traditional French bistro, great place to start your date, and move on toward all the bars in the village afterwards. love it!
20 E 76th St
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Arrived this past Saturday (5-10) with my wife to a busy and energetic dining room. I have lived in New York for about 6 years and been to Cafe Boulud once before and I love it then...so now how was it with the new Chef and new team....amazing. The experience from start top finish was not only what I was hoping for but it was what was delivered. The front of the house took care of us in a way that made us feel like we were the only ones there. I would highly recommend this restaurant, it is also fun to people watch being on the UES and all! We will be back soon.
180 Prince St
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Visiting New York and looking forward to tasting various cuisines. The city has so much to offer! My parents took me to one of their favorite restaurants, Raoul's on Prince Street. It was great, the food took us back to Paris. The service was impeccable. Stories were exchanged about how aloof some of the waiters have been, but not on this night. We all enjoyed a very relaxing dinner.
359 Bleecker St
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My husband and I walked into this little place, and the hostess immediately asked us if we'd like a table in the back. The back? We had no idea. We walked back to this area that looked like a little secret garden. How perfect. The food was perfect, and really reasonable. \r This place was the perfect brunch for our last day in NYC!
14 1st Ave Frnt 1
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Best French food in Manhattan for the money.Service is French in style so if your a hyper spoiled and neurotic New Yorker go home. ...Biker Billy
200 Park Ave
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\r Fabulous wine list and tasty fresh takes on classic French dishes NEVER disappoint. And, they have one of the BEST foie gras appetizers we have ever had.\r \r \r
65 Saint Marks Pl
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What can I say? I come to Jules maybe six times a year now because I have kids and live in midtown. I've spent my younger days eating all over St. Marks and the East Village and Jules is just one of those places that has kept the food, staff, music and all around vibe great and in tact. I love this place! These days I go more for brunch and I had a great meal there a few weeks ago, I even remember the band, ""Lip Bone"", an amazing jazz dude that plays horn...ahhh, without a horn. What more can you ask for? Great food, a decent wine list and they're even spotting great music for us. Oh_and if you go alone, just bring a copy of your favorite Henry Miller book...that will really complete the vibe. \r Hey whatever happened to Uri? The fantastic wigged out accordian player that played everything from Bach to Bond? See you there!\r
110 Saint Marks Pl
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You've gotta try the dessert crepes. If you are a plain jane and like lemons-- try the lemon crepe (at a great price of $4) it has a great tangy taste which doesn't over power the taste of the crepe. Also, for all of you caramel lover out there- the carmalized apple crepe is for you! With it's sweet, hearty taste, it is delightful for all!
The first time I went to Plum Pomidor I was blown away by the flavor of the food. The atmosphere is ideal for anyone who wants to relax in a warm and beautiful environment. For years as a former resident of the Heights, I always had to go downtown to get a descent bite to eat or meet up with a group of friends. I know now that if i were to ever move back I could enjoy fine dining right around the corner. After my frist meal there I told all my friends about it and they loved it too. There's an array of dishes from different cultures so that any person who walks through their doors is bound to find something to enjoy. I promise you, eat at Plum Pomidor and you will find yourself going back for more!
21.Trois Canards French Bistro
265 W 20th St
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A friend in the city recommended this spot in NYC. There aren't very many french places near me in CT so its a treat to eat it on a trip to the city. The setting is really intimate and the choice of classic French music adds to the ambiance. Oysters were fresh and served with a mignonette sauce. The roasted duck was delicious, it had a lightly sweetened sauce that went well with the crispy salty taste of the duck skin. The table next to us had the souffle for dessert and I was jealous, they take a while to make so you have to order it with your meal, so unfortunately I didn't get a chance to try it. It looked simply to die for and I will be trying it on my next visit!
300 W 46th St
29 E 65th St
1113 1st Ave
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Tried Bistro 61 for the first time with my family. Older kids with picky appetites. Everyone loved what they ordered and raved about it afterward. From the professional, friendly staff (including the chefs) to the quaint, sophisticated ambiance, everything about this place was perfect. Next time you're in NY, I recommend you avoid the touristy, crowded restaurants in the theater district and head east to Bistro 61 where you'll be guaranteed a good meal and great service
25.Chez Jacqueline Restaurant
72 Macdougal St
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I just ate at this Restaurant last night because it is only a couple blocks from my house and i was blown away. I thought I was eating in France. Even the waiters had accents and the feel was very authentic. I felt like I was back in Paris as I was last year! My girlfriend loved it and it is now on our favorites list!
26.The Cafe Carlyle
35 E 76th St
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good place, good food
35 Lispenard St
I used to go there with my best friend every Sat night. I still go there occasionally! \r The food is so good ""yummy""! The staff is the friendliest and love the atmosphere! It's such a cool place to hang out with friends, it feels like home ha! I really recommend people to go there if you wanna just have a drink and chill! Or have authentic food! You meet people from all over! Love that place and the good memories!
112 Suffolk St
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This place is low key, friendly and knowledgeable staff, with a European character. A good place to sit and relax (except for live jazz nights...Tuesday & Wednesday when the place is bustling). Coffee drinker? Get the coffee here...I do, almost daily : ) My favorite dish: side of mushroom risotto
188 Avenue B
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A classically appointed bistro lounge that harkens back to the 1940's. Black and white print photography adorns the walls. You find yourself conversing about a time or place or something that reminds you of one of the personas on the wall. The food is great (bacon pizza, wow) the staff great, vibe is great. I discovered this place years ago and now I can't get enough... it's my ""escape from NY"" place where the lights are low, the live jazz is soft, and I can just mellow out. I love hearing the groups of people laugh as I know people are having a good time - everyone wants to be around that kind of positive feeling. Rue B is the kind of place where my grandparents would have met 70 years ago on a date. This is perhaps why this place is so special to me.
12 E 22nd St
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Almond is magical: the bar, the dining room, the staff, the food - it all works. The menu is varied, and yet everything the kitchen produces is so satisfying: tasty curried mussels; in-house charcuterie; picture-perfect chicken, delectable roasted fish; sumptuous braised short ribs; unsurpassed steak frites; exquisitely prepared vegetables; truly memorable desserts. The list goes on. All this at a price so reasonable we don't deserve it! One visit, and you will return again and again.This is just one fun night out for dinner.
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