99 "French" Restaurants in New York.
Cafe Luluc is a classic, cash-only French restaurant in Cobble Hill with a great garden patio and discounted Happy Hour wine.
Barnea is a kosher bistro in Midtown with lots of classic steakhouse dishes.
Le Marais is a kosher French restaurant in Midtown with great steaks and sidewalk seating.
Fox Bread Bakery is a takeout-only spot run by an ex-Le Coucou chef in Crown Heights.
Chez Nick is an American bistro that’s one of the best casual date spots on the Upper East Side.
Endswell is a French-American bistro in Fort Greene that serves great cocktails.
Cafe Paulette is a French bistro where you can drink natural wine across the street from Fort Greene Park.
Ernesto’s is a Basque-inspired restaurant on the Lower East Side where you’re going to want to hang out for a while.
Quality Bistro is a big French spot in Midtown that’s a good place to impress clients or have dinner before a show.
Cafe D’Alsace is an Alsatian restaurant on the UES that’s good for a nice meal with your extended family or a drink at the bar.
Café Boulud is a casual sister restaurant to Daniel, but there’s not very much that’s casual about it.
Le Crocodile is a French restaurant in the bottom of the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. Stop by, eat some chicken, and admire the high ceilings.
Madame Claude Bis is a French bistro in Jersey City that's a great option for date night.
Bar Bête is a casual-but-nice French restaurant in Carroll Gardens where you should bring a date.
Cathedrale is an enormous, overpriced French restaurant from the people behind Tao - and, despite the sprawling space, it isn’t that fun.