Hours: Dinner: seven days
Open Late: Friday & Saturday till 11:30.
Cozy, romantic French sibling to neighboring Cafe Bernard, more casual and affordable.
Around the corner and up a few steps from the venerable Cafe Bernard, chef-owner Bernard LeCoq has hatched a second, more casual and affordable cafe and wine bar. It's a cozy little room with only 12 tables (plus a few outside in the summer), and the unfinished wood walls are hung with copper pots, dried herbs, and miniature lights. A chalkboard lists interesting specials that supplement the menu's bistro standards like grilled salmon with cabernet sauce, braised lamb shank, and confit of duck; for starters I recommend the Brie en croute. Many reasonably priced wines are available by the glass and bottle. Street parking is difficult, but valet parking is available Thursday through Saturday.
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