I’m a little bummed this year since I won’t be in NYC for French Restaurant Week which is taking place from July 8-14th. There are 37 participating restaurants who will be honoring the French Revolution with special prices of $17.89. The event is a part of the third annual Bastille Week. Participating restaurants will offer a variety of pairings such as an appetizer & glass of wine, charcuterie plate & glass of wine, dessert & champagne, crepes, you get the drift.
Jacques Brasserie and Jacques 1534 will be serving country pâté or a cheese plate with a glass of Rosé.
Pigalle will offer a glass of wine with a charcuterie plate or assiette de fromage or a selection of today’s tartine.
This year’s French Restaurant Week theme is “La Demoiselle Brings Revolution.” Specially selected restaurants willbe offering La Demoiselle champagne 187′s bottle for the special price of $17.89.
French Restaurant Week has partnered up with Action Against Hunger International (ACF), it is a non-profit organization active in over 40 countries destined to bring hunger relief in communities around the world.
Downtown: Affaire, Arcane, Jules Bistro, Café noir, Cercle Rouge, Felix, Jacques 1534, Antibes Bistro, Le Crepe C’est Si Bon, Parigot, tree bistro, Amélie Bistro Wine Bar, AOC, Jeanne & Gaston, Le Singe Vert
Midtown West: Brasserie 8 ½, Dans Le Noir, La Silhouette, Maison, Petit Poulet, Pigalle, Gaby Restaurant at Sofitel Hotel
Midtown East: Artisanal Fromagerie Bistro Wine Bar, Bistro Vendôme, Brasserie, Café Centro, Jubilée 1st Avenue, L’Express, Madison Bistro
Upper East: Bistro Bistro d’à Coté Coté, Jacques Brasserie, Orsay
Upper West Side: Bistro Cassis, Bistro Citron, La Mirabelle, Picnic Market & Café
Brooklyn: Bar Tabac
Harlem: Maison Harlem