Maisonetta would fit right in on any street in Soho. It looks like a European bistro, and it's a great place to bring a date and share a bottle of Côtes du Rhône and some small plates. The food here is French and Mexican (not a fusion of both), which means you’ll see queso fundido right next to escargots on the menu. Our favorite thing to start with is the fruit-forward de la calle salad with green apples and mango. Follow that up with the overstuffed quesadillas filled with grilled steak and two kinds of cheeses. Their baguettes are warm and crusty, so make sure you have plenty on hand to dip into the moules-frites with coconut-ginger broth.