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18 Results For "French"
Located across from George’s Garage, Vin Rouge has been touted as one of the finest French bistros in the triangle. With a rustic inviting dining experience it is the perfect place for an intimate date. It allows the diner to feel as if one was dining in the French countryside. Also, Vin Rouge offers a top shelf bar making it an excellent place for a romantic drink after dinner. The Sunday brunch offers a unique French breakfast experience ranging from Pasta Provencal to Broiled Sole. Vin Rouge is another masterpiece dining experience created by Giorgios Bakatsias.
Another Reynolda Village favorite, The Vineyards is a must visit during your time at Wake. The delectable food and exquisite, polished surroundings make The Vineyards one of the most popular places to visit, especially during Parents’ and Homecoming weekend, so they are forced to offer a separate menu during these times. But on any occasion, no matter how full you get from the irresistible entrees, you must be sure to order the scrumptious blueberry bread pudding, to complete this ideal dining experience.
The Earle, located in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, serves the finest French and Italian country cuisine. Adding to the delicious, exotic meals is award winning wine list. The outdoor café is very popular during summer nights where customers can enjoy the beautiful weather and sites along with the food. Also, the restaurant has three private rooms which can contain up to 50 people for formal gatherings, parties and meetings. The Earle has a very intimate and romantic atmosphere and is a great choice for dates. The dress code is business dressy.
Although there is not seating, and it is quite expensive for a “take-out” restaurant, the food is excellent and home to some of the best burgers in town. The interior of the restaurant is decorated like a French bistro with copper pots and pans hanging from the ceiling and dried flowers and French art adorning the walls. Best yet, the portions are generous.
An elegant restaurant the reflects the fine cuisine of France, Union League Café uses native fresh ingredients in all of its dishes. The café is furnished by dark wood and paneling, accented with mahogany archways and marble pillars, which gives it an air of classiness. It is located in the historic Sherman Building that is directly across from Yale University, and next to the historic green of New Haven. The food is exquisite, and has been Zagat Rated as one of the top 10 Best Food places in Connecticut.
The food and specialty drinks are very good. The service is slow, but if you have time to kill, you must try this cafe. Located within a log cabin, the atmosphere is both natural and soothing. A must try.
Petite Auberge is a classy French restaurant that has a superb dÃ©cor and a refined feel. The restaurant has some of the finest French food available in the area. Additionally, Petite Auberge is especially known for its large and tasty dessert menu.
Soleil is a bistro that serves French cuisine, design-your-own pasta, brunch and wine by the bottle or glass.
La Cachette is a French restaurant in Los Angeles has gained quite an impressive reputation since its opening in 1994. It is a prime spot for power lunches and client dinners. A master of traditional French cooking, chef-owner Jean Francois Meteigner manages to give his dishes a modern edge by minimizing fat, salt and calories without sacrificing flavor.
Palomino is the upbeat city restaurant and bar famous for its rich and stylish ambiance. Guests love Palominoâ€™s European-inspired regional American cuisine. Only Palomino offers such a versatile menu in extraordinary surroundings at reasonable prices.
That Place on Bellflower is one of Cleveland's better French restaurants and is moderately priced. Only two blocks away from campus, the restaurant is one of the best locations for a romantic dinner for two. That Place also offers outdoor seating, lunch, and a full wine-list. While the atmosphere at this French restaurant is always romantic and inviting, beware that the food can be inconsistent. The best bet is to stick with the restaurant's specialties such as the Beef Wellington and Duck a la orange.
La Terrasse is a classy French restaurant with delicious food and an incredible ambience. Whether you want to sit on the porch and enjoy the view or sit inside over candlelight, this cozy and romantic restaurant is the perfect place for a date or other special occasion. The food is authentic and original and while pricy, La Terrasse is an experience that is well worth the cost.
Mateo offers a centuries-old style of cooking in a dining room that invites you to make yourself at home. With an emphasis on the freshest local ingredients and affordable prices, Mateo is the perfect choice for guests craving the simplicity of Provencal-inspired comfort foods, infused with flavors from the French countryside and the Mediterranean coast.
L'Atelier is the studio/workshop of Chef Radek Cerny, where he and his staff offer excellence in food artistry and fine dining to their guests. His craft has been inspired by Vail, New York, Lafayette, and France. The restaurant is small, only 50 seats, and the dining space was created by the noted Denver designer and architect Eric Mandil. A great place to bring a date you hope to impress.
Opened in April of 2004, The Kitchen is a community bistro located in historic downtown Boulder, Colorado. The menu evolves seasonally and reflects the simple and straightforward preparation of comfortable classics. The restaurant is light with clean lines and a timeless aesthetic. Their commitment to sourcing local and quality ingredients helps to achieve a sustainable and "connected" restaurant.
Owners Chef Corey Buck and sister Ashley Maxwell serve classic and contemporary dishes. John's has a reputation for consistency, quality and an eye for detail. The setting is a charming little red house in downtown Boulder, especially conducive to fine food and conversation. John's is a favorite for any occasion - dinner with friends, family gatherings, intimate dinners, business meetings.
The restaurant and tapas bar is decorated with the romantic spirit of colonial South America. The cuisine is Spanish, with tapas or little dishes that allow the diner to experience a broad range of Spanish cuisine. The wine list follows the same culinary heritage as the food, with a diverse wine list from Spain, Portugal, Chile, and Argentina. Meals can become expensive, especially if the table orders a number of tapas.