The largest all-day French bistro NoHo has ever seen.
With meat from Pat LaFrieda, wine list from Chris Cannon, and dessert cookies from Jacques Torres, the all-star team is assembled and ready for your next delicious dinner date.
42 Grove Street, New York, NY
The extensive wine list brings the best France has to offer, accompanied by a whimsical guide to enjoying your drop.
981 Madison Ave., New York, NY
A New York staple that looks straight out of a black-and-white MGM classic.
59 Grand St., New York, NY
A décor replete with these and other ornate touches is where American Continental and French food are served to SoHo scenesters and industry insiders.
80 Spring St., New York, NY
Keith McNally’s parisian brasserie is the king of the New York brunch.
284 West 12th St., New York, NY
On a charming, cobblestone West Village corner, Café Cluny remains a staple for weekday lunches and weekend brunches for the sophisticated-yet-Sperry-wearing set.
180 Prince St., New York, NY
Opened in SoHo by two brothers newly arrived from Alsace, France, Raoul’s has become a New York bistro for the books, and only getting better with time.