The Low Down
What to Drink: Choose among French martinis and Lillet cocktails ($9-$11) in addition to a succinct international wine selection ($6-$9 per glass).
Outdoor Seating: In warm weather, the upstairs opens up to an outdoor deck with its own bar--ideal for a mimosa with weekend brunch.
Brunch: Brunch choices include eggs Florentine, apple pancakes and homemade gravlax (and all come with juice and coffee or tea.)
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This French bistro in Williamsburg---thankfully close to a subway station---has none of the pretension and all the pizzazz one craves while having a romantic dinner or tete-a-tete with a friend. The menu is full of the classic staples:â¦
WILL GIVE IT ANOTHER TRY!
By Lozzer at Citysearch
Went to Juliette tonight to try the mussles as they are always really good there. We were fortunate enough to get one of the best tables on the dec... Read More
By msdecember at Citysearch
We stumbled across this place after being very disappointed about Egg being closed next door.. Too hungry and tired to walk any further than a foot... Read More
Very cute French place that serves up a...
By parkhyein at Menuism
Very cute French place that serves up a satisfying brunch. Better than I thought it would be, considering... Read More
By ldowning at Citysearch
I feel very lucky to live so close to such a delightful restaurant. Lovely staff, great food...always a treat! Read More
By davidb1b at Citysearch
ive been here about five times and always had good fresh food, was there again the other day and had a crabcake appetizer special which was amazing... Read More