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Maison Close

At this French restaurant in Tribeca, you can attend a raucous cabaret party and eat some food you'll want to forget the morning after.

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8.0

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Ladurée

This picturesque French cafe in Soho makes the best macarons in NYC.

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7.7

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T. Brasserie

Unsurprisingly, the French restaurant at a food hall by Jean-Georges Vongerichten is worth checking out. Come here for a casual date and share some escargots, but skip the burger.

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7.2

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Crêpes and Dosas at Tin Building

This little station on the first floor of the Tin Building serves sweet and savory dosas and crêpes, with some unique options like vanilla sponge cake with almond paste and meringue.

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8.4

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Le Rock

Frenchette is a tough act to follow, but this Midtown brasserie is a successful sequel. Here, you can eat flawlessly-executed food in a grand Art Deco space with an energetic crowd and a sceney vibe.

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Koloman

This Nomad restaurant serves decadent, inventive Viennese food with a French twist. Come hungry, and order at least two things from every section of the menu.

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8.3

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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

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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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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

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Angelina Paris

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

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7.4

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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

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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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Lyseé

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

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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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Pierre’s

Pierre’s is a great French bistro in Bridgehampton.

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9.1

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Frenchette

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

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9.5

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Le Bernardin

Forgive us for this controversial take, but Le Bernardin is as fantastic as it's billed to be.

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7.7

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King

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

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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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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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