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Mr. T is a Hollywood French spot that's inspired by a very cool sister restaurant in Paris.
Voodoo Vin is a wine bar in Virgil Village with excellent wine and even better food.
Mes Amis is an upscale French brasserie attached to the Thompson Hollywood and a great place to start a night out.
Taix French Restaurant
Taix French Restaurant may look like a Danish motel from the outside, but it’s actually a huge dining room in Echo Park with a low corkage fee.
Lumiere is a solid French brasserie in Century City and a great spot for a midweek client lunch.
Lulu, a scenic California cuisine spot at The Hammer in Westwood, is everything you could want in a museum restaurant.
Manzke, a fine dining spot in Beverlywood from the owners of Republique and Bicyclette, isn't groundbreaking but offers a well-executed meal.
For great, interesting wine, and excellent classic French food, Oriel in Chinatown is the place to be.
Trois Mec is a special occasion restaurant in Hollywood where dinner will often surprise you.
Le Petit Four
Le Petit Four is a mediocre French restaurant on The Strip that you’re visiting relatives will always ask to go to.
Cafe Midi is a strange little cafe in an antique furniture store on La Brea and is serving some surprisingly solid French staples.
4th & Olive
There’s a lot to like about 4th & Olive in Long Beach - from the Alsatian food to the all-veteran staff.
Le Comptoir is a tiny prix-fixe restaurant in Koreatown that feels like a dinner party with friends.
Bon Temps is an upscale French restaurant in the Arts District with tremendous food that validates the high price point.
Nicolas Eatery provides a welcome middle ground amongst Malibu’s high-end steakhouses and seafood shacks.
Bar Restaurant might have a nondescript name, but the experimental French food at this Silver Lake spot is anything but.