– Named after the patron saint of photography, Verōnika is located inside Gramercy’s Fotografiska Museum. This opulent eatery is romantically reminiscent of Eastern European grand cafés with food to match.
– Chef Daniel Rose may have put a lighter spin on traditional French cuisine, but the interior is grandeur all the way. With gilded mirrors, hand-painted murals, and intricate chandeliers, this place oozes glamour.
– Enjoy a farm-to-table inspired meal at Michelin star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Flatiron restaurant. Take a break from shopping the adjoining ABC Carpet & Home to snack on some fresh local fare.
– Named after a David Johansen song from 1978, “Frenchette”, this brasserie-steakhouse hybrid has quickly become a Tribeca hotspot.
– After a five-year hiatus, the beloved French brasserie reopened in the Meatpacking District in 2019. The see-and-be-seen bistro is known for its classic French-inspired brunch menu.