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French in New York

  • Tartine
    253 W. 11th St. | West Village

    Split in half, sodden with butter, and crunchy on top with slivered almonds and coagulated sugar, the almond croissant is so good at Tartine that we're going to give up on this item and walk out... More on Tartine »

  • Landmarc
    179 W. Broadway | Tribeca

    This stately Tribeca culinary landmark seems much older than its three years, and the food has maintained its high quality since the restaurants inception; but nowadays one is more likely to find... More on Landmarc »

  • Calliope
    84 E. 4th St. | East Village

    Husband and wife Eric Korsh and Ginevra Iverson cooked at the Waverly Inn and Prune before taking over the old Belcourt space, where the duo now serves French country bistro fare among the... More on Calliope »

  • Ai Fiori
    400 Fifth Ave. | Murray Hill

    Go big or go home must have been Michael White's thinking when he opened the sleek Ai Fiori on the second floor of the Setai Hotel just a few months after debuting Osteria Morini. Luxury abounds... More on Ai Fiori »

  • Buvette
    42 Grove St. | West Village

    Small plates continue to take over New York City, suckering the gullible into paying big bucks for tiny bites. Yet at Buvette, Jody Williams's new Francophilic "gastroteque," you'll actually... More on Buvette »

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  • Cafe Boulud
    20 E. 76th St. | East 70s

    Named after a Lyonnaise café owned by the chef's grandparents, this friendly spot offers a variety of mini-menus based on market-fresh produce, reinterpreted French classics, and international... More on Cafe Boulud »

  • Perry Street
    176 Perry St. | West Village

    One of many Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurants in the city, Perry Street may be the best;an austere temple of haute cuisine that dispenses with fussy squiggles of color and useless extra... More on Perry Street »

  • Cafe Cluny
    284 W. 12th St. | West Village

    Cafe Cluny began life as an upscale comfort-food restaurant, located in the most charming part of the West Village. The menu included thick burgers with great fries, a roast chicken with all the... More on Cafe Cluny »

  • Minetta Tavern
    113 Macdougal St. | Greenwich Village

    This Keith McNally (Pastis, Balthazar) remake of a Village old-timer reverently preserves the louche interior, while switching the menu from Italian-American to French brasserie fare, with an... More on Minetta Tavern »

  • Ici
    246 DeKalb Ave. | Fort Greene

    Having previously extolled the virtues of the organic egg brunches at Ici, we come before you now to praise the seasonal dinners. In a collision of rich, salty, and bitter flavors, the... More on Ici »

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  • Start budgeting better by taking advantage of this week's cheap drink specials. If that's not enticing enough, perhaps $5 wine, cheap craft brews, or the simple comfort of boozing with like minded individuals will get you out and about.Trinity Place Bar and Restaurant, 115 Broadway Now that the bull is back, head down to FiDi for a few up-close-and-personal shots with the NYC landmark. After... More on Trinity Place »

  • There's no sign more indicative that spring has sprung than catching a glimpse of rhubarb on menus, and after the winter New York just faced, we've never been more amped to see it. Chefs swear by the vegetable's chameleon-esque charm in the kitchen: Its flavor ranges from tangy and bitter to bright and sweet, and its cinnamon red markings benefit every plate it touches. Here are just five... More on Louro »

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