NYC’s French Restaurant Week is Back

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French Restaurant Week returns to New York City for its seventh year, with more restaurants than ever before!

From first-timers to die-hard French foodies, all are welcome to take advantage of fine prix-fixe fare at 43 participating restaurants across New York City.

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There are three possible fixed price menus to order from: “Discover” for $17.98, “Gourmand” (that’s French for “foodie”) for $35.78, and “Connoisseur” for $178.90. If you’re not sure which option is best for you, the French Restaurant Week website has all the details, including how much comes with each menu, restaurant contact information, and the menus. (Caution: looking at the menus may cause excessive drooling.)

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French Restaurant Week will take place over the course of two weeks, from Monday, July 4th to Sunday, July 17th. Two of the new and notable restaurants participating in French Restaurant Week are Dominique Bistro, a french bistro in the West Village, and Maison Hugo, the restaurant of Florian V. Hugo, descendant of the infamous writer Victor Hugo, which opened in September 2015.

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The Complete List of Participating Restaurants:

La Sirene, Triomphe, Gaby Brasserie Française, le Bistro D’à Côté, Maison Harlem, AOC l’aile ou la Cuisse, Orsay Restaurant, Petit Poulet, Le Cirque, Brasserie 8½, Café Centro, Le Périgord, Jubilee, Bistro Le Steak, Bistro Cassis, Bistro Citron, Madison Bistro, Antibes Bistro, Paname, Maison Hugo, L’Antagoniste, La Bonne Soupe, Deux Amis, OCabanon, Café Tallulah, Match 65 Brasserie, Le Baratin, Tout Va Bien, Le Midi Bar & Restaurant, Oak Restaurant & Wine Bar, Racines NY, Bistro 61, Le Coq Rico, Dominique Bistro, GLOO, Tartinery, Mussels ’N Sausages, Le Singe Vert, Jules Bistro, Bar Tabac, David’s Café, Bistro Vendome, Vins et Fleurs.

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