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  • 1. Olive Tree Café

    Olive Tree acknowledges the French influence through various crepes, croissants and quiches, as well as dishes such as steak au poivre and a meal-sized Nicoise salad. The rest of the food can be traced directly to Morocco, Turkey, Lebanon, Greece, and Spain, for a delicious exploration of all things Mediterranean.
  • 2. Bon Appétit

    Bon Appétit has always described itself as French, and the Gallic influence is certainly felt in the elegant decor and on the menu—escargot, quiches, pâtés—yet it is more diverse. Chef-owner Chino Pedemonte learned about food in his native Peru, a place known for blending diverse ingredients and seasonings.
  • Excellent Cajun and Creole cuisine such as Po' Boy sandwiches and jambalaya is served in a cozy atmosphere that feels like old Nawlins.
  • 4. La Fia Bistro

  • 5. La Fia

    La Fia attracts patrons with its European-style vibe: intimate tables, a smattering of cheerful plants, good wine. The restaurant received praise from the beginning for its French/Mediterranean–inspired fare. Dishes like the Tuna Crudo (tomatillo buttermilk, grapefruit, basil and pomegranate) and the Charred Spanish Octopus (creamy pancetta polenta, lemon aioli, Calabrian chile vinaigrette, crispy garlic, shallot Read more...

    6. Le Cavalier

    The focus of Le Cavalier (meaning “the horseman”) is contemporary French brasserie dishes with inspiration from the current dining scenes in France and North Africa, as well as New Orleans. Le Cavalier’s menu features staple French dishes like onion soup and steak frites—but with a hint of African spice.
  • 7. La Fable