One of midtowns sexiest restaurants, this crowded bistro was created by chef Emmanuel Langlade (a native of Frances Aix-en-Provence) and his American-born wife, Megan, as their own intimate venue for sharing the wealth of Frances provinces: roasted chicken and duck, trout in lemon butter, beef tenderloin draped in a demi-glace of pungent Roquefort. Plate-glass windows look out on a shady patio that on summer days is crowded with patrons pretending, after a glass of Merlot or two, that this quaint little corner is actually closer to the winding streets of Paris than to the nearby Country Club Plaza. After a bite of Langlades crème brûlée, you might be willing to suspend disbelief, too. — Charles Ferruzza
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash, check
Parking: Free, Street
Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary
Extra Info: No food served on Sun.