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9.5

Le Bernardin

Hannah Albertine
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9.1

La Mercerie

Carina Finn Koeppicus
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9.1

Frenchette

Kenny Yang
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9.0

Le French Diner

Hillary Reinsberg
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8.8
Kenny Yang
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8.3

NYC Review

Le Gratin

This Daniel Boulud restaurant in FiDi will remind you why the chef became a celebrity in the first place: for cooking French food better than most people on this planet.

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9.1

NYC Review

La Mercerie

La Mercerie is a French café in Soho where you can eat excellent food and live out your Francophile fantasies.

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NYC Review

Marseille

Marseille is a French brasserie in Hell's Kitchen with a fun oyster Happy Hour and a surprising amount of cool for a Times Square-adjacent restaurant.

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7.7

NYC Review

Angelina Paris

Angelina Paris is the New York outpost of a Parisian cafe known for its delightfully thick hot chocolate.

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NYC Review

Le Rock

This brasserie from the Frenchette team makes a visit to Rockefeller Center worth it even when there isn't a very tall tree on display.

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7.4

NYC Review

Délice & Sarrasin

Everything at Délice & Sarrasin, a vegan spot in the West Village, looks like—and, in some cases, tastes similar to—a classic French dish.

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8.8

NYC Review

L'Abeille

L'Abeille is a Japanese-French restaurant in Tribeca that will remind you that tasting menus can be special.

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NYC Review

Lyseé

Lyseé is a dessert gallery in Flatiron where the pastries taste as good as they look.

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NYC Review

Le Dive

Le Dive is a busy little wine bar in a very busy part of the Lower East Side, and it's a great spot to drink, snack, and take in a scene.

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NYC Review

Pierre’s

Pierre’s is a great French bistro in Bridgehampton.

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9.1

NYC Review

Frenchette

Frenchette is a French brasserie in Tribeca with an energetic room and a constantly-changing menu of rich dishes.

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7.7

NYC Review

King

King is a fancy Soho restaurant serving very good French and Italian-inspired food.

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NYC Review

Paradou

The lesser of many evils, Paradou is nowhere near as in-your-face awful as many of its neighboring monkey cages. By Meatpacking standards, Paradou is a quaint little French bistro.

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NYC Review

Quatorze Bis

A reliable classic French Upper East Side bistro with one of the best salads of all time.

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NYC Review

Beaubourg

Beaubourg, the restaurant at Brookfield Place inside the French marketplace Le District, is easily forgettable and should generally be avoided.

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NYC Review

Tournesol

Tournesol is a French small plates restaurant in Long Island City that’s ideal for casual date night.

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NYC Review

Pastis

The original Pastis closed in 2014, and now there’s a new location (also in the Meatpacking District). It isn’t as cool, but the food is still great.

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NYC Review

Daniel

Daniel is a New York City fine dining classic. Save it for a special occasion and eat in the salon, where things are a bit more laid back.

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NYC Review

Bar Boulud

Daniel Boulud's "casual bistro" Bar Boulud is one of the best places to eat near Lincoln Square.

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NYC Review

Vaucluse

An Upper East Side French restaurant from Michael White with very good food. It's fancy, without being too formal.