True to its name, Frenchie feels very French. With an extensive wine list, a menu of dishes like coq au vin and beef bourguignon, and a marble bar, it could be a bistro on the Left Bank (or it could be used as the filming location for a bistro on the Left Bank, anyway). And the best part may be that it’s open for lunch, so you can head there in the middle of the day and pretend you get to take those long European lunches during the work week, too.
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