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¦
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