Les Sans Culottes West is a French bistro open for lunch and dinner.
Considered to be one of the best restaurants in Midtown Manhattan's Theater District, Triomphe is a hidden gem featuring the culinary art of acclaimed Chef, Steven Zobel. Featuring upscale French cuisine, the menu complements the flavors of the freshest ingredients and each plate reflects what French cuisine stands for. This restaurant is located in The Iroquois New York Hotel.
Situated within the Theater District, this restaurant is all about location situated within The London hotel. It is also all about good food being a Gordon Ramsay restaurant. An informal dining experience is offered within the elegant surroundings of this prestigious hotel. The menu is comprised of French and Asian influenced small-plates; Roast breast of duck, tortellini of beef short rib, and roasted Maine lobster are a few examples. Reservations are recommended.
Opia is an upscale French restaurant in the Renaissance New York Hotel 57 that offers a secluded, comfortable and modern getaway. Critically acclaimed and distinctly unique, enjoy Opia Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lounge is a great place to unwind after a busy day. Sporting events are shown on the lounge's many TVs and the kitchen is open until 1am daily.
Pergo-La-Des-Artisites French Restaurant, fine French dining in the theatre district.
This elegant Manhattan bistro has carved out a reputation as one of the city's finer French restaurants. The menu has been described as flirtatious and fresh and selections include such culinary classics as lobster bisque and frogs' legs. An extensive wine list complements the exquisite lunch and dinner options.
Per Sea, a Chef Thomas Keller restaurant located in The Time Warner Center, is very similar to its sister restaurant The French Laundry in Yountville, California. It offers two, nine-course tasting menus each day at a cost of $275, service included.
Serving a modern French menu, AIX Restaurant and Bar provides a range of items from cocktails, brunch, dinner and beyond.
Enjoy contemporary French fare at Capsouto Frères.
Located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Asiate offers an artistic approach to French and Japanese cuisine and an elegant, chic environment. Open seven days a week, the restaurant features breathtaking views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.
Popular with the Upper East Side, offering hearty, slow-braised pork shank from Nieman Ranch, breast of free range chicken with Swiss chard, mashed potatoes and grilled Portobello mushrooms, and a whole brook trout, roasted and served with parsnips, pumpkin and a Riesling sauce.
This quaint little restaurant offers a hot and cold breakfast buffet, as well as lunch, brunch and dinner choices all featuring mouth watering French cuisine.
Welcome to Paradou, a little bit of Provençal paradise in Manhattan's Meatpacking district. This light-filled, airy oasis is filled with warmth and charm reminiscent of the quaint village of the same name in Provençe.
Les Halles is a typical Parisian Brasserie bustling and lively serving the fresh and simple dishes of France's everyday cuisine, in a relaxed environment.
With a menu that changes daily and seasonally following fresh market ingredients, Café Des Artistes has become one of the landmark restaurants in New York City.
Chef Laurent Tourondel brings French flavors to the midtown.
Modern French cuisine awaits patrons at Corton, located in the Tribeca neighborhood between Walker and White Streets. Choose from a three-course prix fixe menu or the chef’s tasting menu.
The ancient city of Sapa was once host to a French hill station. The mingling of cultures resulted in a delicious mélange of French and Vietnamese cuisine, and now serves as the inspiration for its namesake restaurant, Sapa.
Cafe Luxembourg opened its doors in 1983. The dinning room seats 90 and features a warm light and antique decor. The bistro entertains both New Yorkers and celebrities alike, offering a classic menu of French specialties.
A French bakery cafe, Au Bon Pain serves hot, fresh-baked goods, breads, soups, salads, sandwiches, fruit and specialty coffee.
Located in the heart of the Theater District, this lively French restaurant has been serving New Yorkers since 1986.
Luxee is a dessert cafe found in the Lower East Side. Not for the faint of heart, there's an ever-changing seasonal menu of sweets that could include such offerings as baked cheese cake, banana imperial, black plum tart, tiramisu and much more. A selection of teas and coffees are available to wash it all down.
Located in Manhattan's Upper East Side, Restaurant Daniel offers contemporary French cuisine. The menu features such dishes as duck foie gras terrine, slow baked striped bass, parsnip-potato gratin and more.
West Village's Premiere French Provencale Bistro! The new central banquet table brings authentic communal-style dining to the restaurant spanning the length of dining room. Perfect setting for group parties, birthday parties, corporate events--unique to French restaurants in NYC.
Located on the Upper West Side, this French bistro serves a selection of contemporary French fare.
Benoit in New York continues the tradition and authentic charm of the original Benoit restaurant in Paris. The menu features classic French dishes and desserts, including steak au poivre, pate en croute, profiteroles and tarte tatin.
This upper East Side French supper club harkens back to the days of elegant dining in the city that never sleeps. The menu features lobster salad and duck breast Wellington and an impressive wine selection. The upscale atmosphere is romantic and refined, with live music on select nights.
Located in the posh Hotel Plaza Athenee, Arabelle specializes in French cuisine with Asian influences. Meals are created with seasonal ingredients of the highest quality goods from local and organic farms.
Butter is a contemporary French inspired bistro in the heart of Manhattan. The chefs strive to use locally sourced, organic ingredients to create the innovative cuisine. Menu items range from pasta with spicy lamb sausage to steak tartare.
Le Rivage is home to a cozy, romantic French country atmosphere and traditional French cuisine.
Bistro Chat Noir
This famed French bistro on the Upper East Side serves classic cuisine in a comfortable and inviting environment. The menu features such staples as escargot, truffles, and steak au poivre. An exhaustive wine list complements the dishes.
This unassuming little joint turns out some of the best crepes outside Paris. The menu changes regularly and features three savory and three sweet selections.
Cafe Un Deux Trois
Located in the theatre district, this French bistro is an elegant oasis in the heart of New York. The menu features such classics as country style pate, escargot, and poached salmon in bearnaise sauce. The bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable and can whip up a brandy Alexander or sidecar in short order.