The couple behind Eulalie used to run a restaurant on the Upper East Side. Now, they’re channeling that neighborhood’s spirit downtown. With its pistachio-colored walls, oldies soundtrack, and elegantly plated French-ish food, this Tribeca spot is a little bit snoozy, but in a charming sort of way. You have to call to make a reservation, and when you walk inside, one of the owners will greet you like a valued guest at an intimate dinner party. The only option is a three-course prix fixe, which costs $98 and involves things like a goat cheese souffle, lobster ravioli, and lamb saddle with pommes darphin. It’s not exactly cutting edge food, but If you’re looking for a quiet place to eat with someone who subscribed to Bon Appetit in the ‘90s, Eulalie is a perfectly nice choice.