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L’Avant Comptoir Wine Bar

Yves Camdeborde’s fun charcuterie-pork-tapas wine bar is hidden behind a clear curtain with a “pig” painted on it. Just step inside to join locals at the bar tucking into the corn bread, aged ham, salted butter, foie gras burgers, incredible small plates & natural of wine.

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Restaurant Frenchie

Eating a gorgeous meal in an alley is completely cool, especially at Greg Marchand’s Frenchie. Despite it’s huge success, it retains its neighborhood vibe. Expect beautiful seasonal tasting menus, farm-to table-products, top-notch wines and friendly professional service.

  

L’Ami Jean

Stéphane Jego’s unconventional high-energy restaurant by the Eiffel Tower is a perennial favorite for its gut-busting portions of nose-to-tail comfort food. Wear your fat pants. Jego’s mission is to feed you like nobody’s business…and you can’t say no to the rice pudding.

  

Le Baratin

This neighbourhood canteen is a favorite of the international food & wine family, who come for self-taught Raquel Carena’s affordable home cooking (think roasted bone marrow & toast, chicken fricassee, lamb couscous) & to drink through partner Pinouche’s impressive natural wine list. 

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Le Dauphin Wine Bar

Expect a lively crowd & unexpected flavor combinations at Chef Inaki Aiziparte’s popular tapas natural wine bar sharing plates of Apple cider grilled chorizo, Fried tapioca squares, Pork/lemon/hazelnut meatball ramen & more.  

  

Miznon

Tel Aviv’s Chef Eyal Shani’s wildly popular Miznon is a MUST for hand made pita breads stuffed with slow-cooked juicy lamb and whole-roasted cauliflower drizzled in olive oil and salt. 

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Frenchie’s To Go

Gregory Marchand’s Frenchie To Go is equal parts neighborhood coffee joint & deli counter. Open all-day every day, this is where you can feed your Anglo breakfast & NYC Deli street food cravings.

  

Restaurant AT

Japanese Chef Atsushi Tanaka’s modern presentations with broad strokes of classic French technique. AT is a vocal advocate of “skin contact” natural wines.