$69 for a Three-Course French Dinner for Two with Wine at Chez Jacqueline (Up to $163 Total Value)

To be noticed, empty stomachs will growl like a dog, yowl like a cat, or play Chopin pieces on the rib cage like a xylophonist whose luggage was left off the tour bus. Avoid an impromptu recital with this Groupon.

$69 for a Three-Course French Dinner for Two (Up to $163 Total Value)

  • Two appetizers (up to a $19 value each)
  • Two entrees (up to a $29 value each)
  • Two desserts (up to a $14 value each)
  • One bottle of wine (up to a $39 value)

The menu includes traditional French appetizers such as foie gras and goat cheese croquettes, and entrees ranging from braised pork shoulder with garlic confit to black linguini with mixed seafood in a rich saffron lobster sauce.

Chez Jacqueline

For more than 30 years, the chefs of James Beard-recognized Chez Jacqueline have captured the flavors France’s Côte d’Azur with upscale Provençal eats and plenty of wine. In the morning, Jacqueline’s brunch menu runs the gamut from eggs benedict to mussels with white wine and shallots. The dinner menu brims with pre-theater meals of trout, steak, and stews, and a slew of daily specials convey the tastes of southern France via lamb loin, duck, or stuffed mushrooms. The restaurant’s pastel walls, large windows, and an aggressive berets-only policy seek to capture the atmosphere of the French Riviera.

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Seafood Entrees and Drinks for Two, or $25 for $50 Worth of French Cuisine and Drinks at Le Bistro D’à Côté

Having a partner turns bouncing a ball into a tennis match, a monologue into a conversation, and a bear attack into a slightly longer bear attack. Experience the power of pairing with this Groupon.

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$25 for $50 worth of French cuisine and drinks
$25 for a mussel-pot meal for two (up to a $57 total value)

  • Two large entrees from the Les Moules menu section (a $19.50 value each)
  • Two glasses of champagne, house wine, or draft beer (up to a $9 value each)

The menu includes escargot ($10), platters of French cheeses or charcuterie ($18), and entrees such as coq au vin ($26) and pan-seared salmon with ratatouille ($21).

Le Bistro D’à Côté

To follow his dream, Herve Knecht had to cross the world. After sharpening his skills in an Alsatian culinary school while serving double-duty in his family’s Hotel Restaurant, he moved to Paris to study under Alain Senderens at Lucas Carton. He then traveled to the Saint Barts in the French West Indies, where he became head chef at Vincent Adam, but eventually relocated to New York. Here, Herve abruptly fell in love—both with the city and his future wife—and settled in as the executive chef of Grove Restaurant in the West Village. Though he left for Spain to open his first restaurant, Herve returned to New York after five years to launch Le Bistro D’à Côté.

Naturally, Le Bistro’s menus exude a heavy French accent. To begin their meals, diners can try the quiche du jour before sampling an assortment of fromage or charcuterie. The entree selection includes a menagerie of meats—from burgers with foie gras to ginger-glazed duck breast—but the specialty is mussels. Steamed mussels fill large or small pots in one of five variations, such as a Thai-inspired blend of green curry and lemongrass or a spicy mixture of saffron and garlic.

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French Bistro Dinner for Two or Four at Oregano Bar & Bistro (Up to 60% Off)

French chefs have a flair for the dramatic that compels them to set their desserts on fire and slice their croissants with guillotines. Execute caution with this Groupon.

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$39 for a French-style bistro dinner for two (up to a $90 total value)

  • Two montaditos, soups, or salads (up to a $16 value each)
  • Two plats principaux from the de la terre, steak hache, or de la mer menu (up to a $29 value each)

$89 for a French-style bistro dinner for four (up to a $220 total value)

  • Four montaditos, soups, or salads (up to a $16 value each)
  • Four plats principaux from the de la terre, steak hache, or de la mer menu (up to a $29 value each)
  • Four glasses of house wine (up to a $10 value each)

Oregano Bar & Bistro

As a child, Claude Solliard filled his mother’s pantry with produce from the Swedish countryside. He picked wild mushrooms, tended grapevines, and harvested bushels of spaghetti, becoming a farm-to-table chef long before it came into fashion. As the executive chef of Oregano Bar & Bistro, Solliard ignites this role through his extensive knowledge of fresh ingredients while integrating French and Iberian (Spanish and Portuguese) cuisine. He adds French flair to paella by adding duck, and redefines ratatouille by plating it with Serrano ham and salmon.

When New York Times reported on the opening of Oregano Bar & Bistro, it placed special emphasis on the bistro’s décor concept, which originated from the mind of owner Erick Caceres. To create a classic-yet-modern ambiance, Caceres outfitted the 133-seat bistro with a glass-enclosed garden room and waterfall. A red-leather banquette stretches across the main dining room and backs up to a wall inlaid with mirrors that advertise the catch of the day and your face.

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French Meal with Appetizers, Mussels, and Drinks for Two or Four at Bistro 61 (Up to 59% Off)

French cuisine is decadent and filling, although less so once you realize that eating the entire cloth napkin is politely discouraged. Bon appétit with this Groupon.

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$31 for a French meal for two or more (up to a $62 total value)

  • One appetizer (up to a $19 value)
  • Two one-pound orders of mussels (a $12.50 value each)
  • Two glasses of house wine or beer (up to a $9 value each)

$51 for a French meal for four or more (up to a $124 total value)

  • Two appetizers (up to a $19 value each)
  • Four one-pound orders of mussels (a $12.50 value each)
  • Four glasses of house wine or beer (up to a $9 value each)

The menu includes appetizers such as crispy octopus over eggplant caviar and steamed mussels with garlic, shallots, and parsley. This Groupon is valid for house wine.

Bistro 61

Executive chefs Anthony Raggiri and Adil Fawzi team up to create a seasonal French menu that draws inspiration from the Mediterranean coast. Each night, one or both chefs guide the kitchen’s creation of staple dishes, such as slow-cooked fish soup and pan-seared sea scallops, as well as daily specials. Servers place the elegantly arranged dishes on candlelit walnut tables in an Old World–style dining area complete with exposed brick walls, burgundy banquettes, and terrazzo floors. Bistro 61 also offers outdoor seating during warmer months, giving solar-powered androids space to recharge.

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$35 for Two Dozen Stuffed Mussels, Oysters, and Clams and Two Signature Cocktails at Brasserie Julien (Up to $93 Value)

Oyster shells contain both an oyster and a precious pearl, an efficient use of space second only to walnut shells, which house both walnuts and fortunes. Enjoy a well-packed feast with this Groupon.

$35 for Two Dozen Stuffed Mussels, Oysters, and Clams and Two Signature Cocktails (Up to $93 Total Value)

  • 12 sun-dried-tomato-stuffed mussels with basil butter (a $12 value)
  • 6 oysters Rockefeller stuffed with spinach as well as fontina, monterey jack, and mozzarella cheeses (a $27 value)
  • 6 stuffed clams with escargot-style butter (a $30 value)
  • Two specialty martinis or cocktails (up to a $12 value each)

The cocktail list includes concoctions such as Planter’s punch, a fusion between rum, lime, guava, and grapefruit, as well as classic martinis and a cherry-flavored mojito made with imported French ingredients.

Brasserie Julien

Brasserie Julien’s chefs pamper palates with gourmet French specialties, sea delicacies, and expertly crafted signature drinks in a romantic setting. New York magazine writes that “it’s impossible to dine at this Upper East side brasserie and not think of Paris.” Upscale small plates whet appetites and facilitate the enjoyment of French aperitifs, with selections such as 24 plain oysters or shells stuffed with misplaced pirate-chest keys. Endive salads, quiche lorraine, or an assortment of soups sate cravings for light fare, and steak, fondue, or filet mignon quell ampler appetites. During wine tours, accomplished sommelier Mollie Battenhouse regales guests with about 10 samples of varietals from around the globe, as well as portions of the eatery’s brasserie fare.

Inside Brasserie Julien’s romantic and relaxed dining room, art-deco-inspired pendant lights illuminate the space’s elegant columns, flowing curtains, and trumpet-playing silverware to create an authentic brasserie-style experience.

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$39 for a Three-Course French Dinner and Drinks for Two at Alouette French Bistro (Up to $92 Value)

After he took the throne, Napoleon instituted the tradition of serving bread with every meal to put his mother’s baguette-heavy care packages to use. Indulge in French tradition with this Groupon.

$39 for a Three-Course French Dinner and Drinks for Two (Up to $92 Total Value)

Each dinner includes:

  • One appetizer (up to a $12 value)
  • Two entrees (up to a $26 value each)
  • One dessert (up to a $9 value)
  • Two glasses of house wine (up to a $9.50 value each)

A menu of organic French cuisine blends contemporary influences with rich culinary tradition in meals such as wild-mushroom ravioli in truffle broth ($10), pan-seared salmon with couscous and grilled asparagus ($23), and poached pear in white wine and chocolate sauce ($7.50).

Alouette French Bistro

Snuggled behind a red-trimmed Parisian façade, Alouette French Bistro presents generous portions of contemporary French cuisine. The menu boasts a diverse selection of traditional Gallic proteins peppered with freshly sourced ingredients and unexpected flourishes, exemplified by the Maplecrest free-range chicken and chive pomme purée, slathered in a basting of shiitake and truffle oil. A bumper crop of all-organic fruits and veggies garnishes plates of diver sea scallops and roasted lamb with saffron-spiced fingerling potatoes and savory tomato confit. The wine list overflows with reds, whites, and bubbles from Europe and the New World, while desserts and cordials cap off dinners with dulcet notes of sweetness.

Alouette’s intimacy is enhanced by flowing red curtains, vintage hardwood flooring, and an elegant antique chandelier. Owner Jon Michael Pardo cultivates a high-class, yet low-key atmosphere, plying patrons with elegant meals prepared by a native French chef and delivered by a friendly wait staff. The two-tiered space allows for romantic dining as well as weekly musical performances by local jazz, classical, and washboard-percussion performers.

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$82 for Upscale Four-Course French Prix Fixe Dinner for Two at La Panetière in Rye ($164 Value)

French chefs have a flair for the dramatic that compels them to set their desserts on fire and slice their croissants with guillotines. Execute caution with this Groupon.

$82 for a Prix Fixe Tasting Menu for Two ($164 Value)

The dynamic tasting menu rotates weekly but has included such dishes as foie gras served with a kumquat confit and brioche toast, wagyu rib-eye steak, and sweet pistachio fraisier with strawberry sorbet and poached rhubarb.

La Panetière

La Panetière’s elegant cuisine works its way into not only the stomachs but the hearts of those who dine within the restaurant’s cozy French-countryside embrace. Tucked inside a 200-year-old building, the “hushed dining room,” as it was described by the New York Times, is home to “artistically arranged dishes” straight from the brain of owner Jacques Loupiac. The AAA Four Diamond Award–winning restaurant changes its menus frequently, but consistently remixes French culinary staples with seafood, beef, and vegetables grown in the United States.

Complemented by pours from vintages drawn out of its historic cellar, seasonal dishes may highlight sautéed Maine lobster with minty zucchini and white gazpacho or sophisticated accents of foie gras and escargots. It’s La Panetière’s unwavering devotion to refinement that makes it a destination for romance and celebration, as well as a proud recipient of the Best French Restaurant award, as voted by the people who read and make origami dragons out of Westchester Magazine. The eatery also boasts high Zagat ratings—food, decor, and service are all in the “extraordinary to perfection” category.

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Moules a la Mariniere Dinner with Beers or Soft Drinks for Two or Four at Saint Germain French Bistro in Brooklyn (Up to 65% Off)

French cuisine has inspired Parisian artists for centuries, which is why there is a stack of baguettes hidden in the background of every impressionist painting. Inspire your mouth with this Groupon.

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$18 for a moules a la mariniere dinner for two (a $48 value)

  • Two Moules a la Mariniere entrees, featuring steamed mussels in a chardonnay-wine broth with fries
  • Two beers or two soft drinks
  • 30% discount on Chef Tropepe’s cookbook From Behind the Kitchen Doors

$34 for a moules a la mariniere dinner for four (a $96 value)

  • Four Moules a la Mariniere entrees
  • Four beers or four soft drinks
  • 30% discount on Chef Tropepe’s cookbook From Behind the Kitchen Doors

Saint Germain French Bistro

Green Perrier bottles line the wood-paneled walls of the dining area, which is dotted with framed artwork depicting rainy afternoons and Moulin Rouge performers. Fragrant aromas emanate from the kitchen, where Chef Vincent Tropepe prepares Parisian bistro fare. A roster of celebrity clientele including Rudy Giuliani, Michael Bolton, and Hillary Clinton has enjoyed the refined techniques that Tropepe brings to his preparation of traditional French fare such as escargot Provençal, duck à l’orange, and crepe suzette. The menu also includes selections from Chef Tropepe’s new cookbook, From Behind the Kitchen Doors, which details his career and favorite recipes. The rotating dessert selection includes a range of handmade pastries artfully adorned with meringue, fresh berries, and abstract chocolate renderings of local news anchors.

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Two-Course French Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Yo In Yo Out (Up to 69% Off)

French cuisine is synonymous with fine dining, though crêpes are also synonymous with subpar headwear. Revel in international flavor with this Groupon to Yo In Yo Out. Choose between the following options:

  • For $35, you get a two-course French meal for two (up to a $94.50 value).
  • For $59, you get a two-course French meal for four (up to a $189 value).

Each two-course meal includes:

  • Any soup or salad for each person (up to a $17.50 value)
  • One entree per person, except the filet mignon or rack of lamb (up to a $20.75 value)
  • One glass of house wine per person (up to a $9 value)

Drawing inspiration from French neighborhood cafés and lounges, chef Yoanne Magris presents traditional European fare in an intimate, casual setting. Embark on the ambrosial excursion with le salade de Homard’s baby organic greens with frisée, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, avocado, apples, and fresh lobster meat, or the caramelized onions, pancetta, and balsamic reduction of the spinach salad. Dabble in the eatery’s house-made crêpes, such as le Parisian, a trilogy of smoked ham, gruyère, and caramelized onions, or le Provençal, whose assemblage of mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes, and fresh basil evokes pastoral mornings and glorious meat-and-veggie gardens. Plates of chicken fettuccine incorporate sun-dried tomatoes and a light parmesan-cream sauce, and the truffle croque-monsieur tops open-faced brioche bread with truffle-béchamel sauce, ham, and gruyère, providing a warm respite from long days spent engraving ice cubes. As duos and quartets of diners relish in the evening of fresh fare and jovial conversation, rouge or blanc house wines await sips in glistening glasses.

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$22 for a Three-Course Seasonal Meal including Appetizers, Entrees and Dessert for Two at Cafe Forant (Up to $63.75 Value)

Like college curricula and golf balls made from string cheese, meals are easiest to digest when spread over multiple courses. Stretch out your dining experience with today’s Groupon: for $22, you get a three-course meal for two at Cafe Forant (up to a $63.75 value). Today’s Groupon may be used for brunch or dinner, and the meal includes the following items:

  • Any two of the following appetizers (up to a $17.90 value):
    • A bowl of the soup of the day
    • A classic caesar salad
    • A Forant garden salad
  • Two entrees, each with two sides (up to a $37.90 value)
  • One dessert to share (up to a $7.95 value)

Cafe Forant’s menu teems with cuisine inspired by chef Lea Forant’s teenage years in Montreal and current penchant for French cooking. Before main courses arrive, palates dive into steaming homemade soups and salads fresher than a mentholated iceberg. Brunch spans from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., during which time croque-monsieur sandwiches don suits of emmentaler cheese and sweet-potato galettes tango with crispy ham and poached eggs. Brimming with warmth and sustenance, dinners range from grilled flank steak to organic king salmon seared in a piping-hot pan. Guests may augment entrees with seasonal sides such as haricots verts and roasted root veggies. End the meal with a shareable treat from the café’s dessert selection, which, like a collection of family pets, rotates daily.

The eatery’s awning beckons passersby with red and white stripes reminiscent of candy canes and strawberry shortcakes. Inside, visitors relax at cozy tables as meat and seafood chill in refrigerated cases. To plan future feasts and feed ravenous bookshelves, diners can take home Dancing in the Kitchen, a collection of recipes from the chef’s mother (cookbook not included in today’s deal).

Cafe Forant is a cash-only establishment.

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$22 for a Three-Course Seasonal Meal including Appetizers, Entrees and Dessert for Two at Cafe Forant (Up to $63.75 Value)

Like college curricula and golf balls made from string cheese, meals are easiest to digest when spread over multiple courses. Stretch out your dining experience with today’s Groupon: for $22, you get a three-course meal for two at Cafe Forant (up to a $63.75 value). Today’s Groupon may be used for brunch or dinner, and the meal includes the following items:

  • Any two of the following appetizers (up to a $17.90 value):
    • A bowl of the soup of the day
    • A classic caesar salad
    • A Forant garden salad
  • Two entrees, each with two sides (up to a $37.90 value)
  • One dessert to share (up to a $7.95 value)

Cafe Forant’s menu teems with cuisine inspired by chef Lea Forant’s teenage years in Montreal and current penchant for French cooking. Before main courses arrive, palates dive into steaming homemade soups and salads fresher than a mentholated iceberg. Brunch spans from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., during which time croque-monsieur sandwiches don suits of emmentaler cheese and sweet-potato galettes tango with crispy ham and poached eggs. Brimming with warmth and sustenance, dinners range from grilled flank steak to organic king salmon seared in a piping-hot pan. Guests may augment entrees with seasonal sides such as haricots verts and roasted root veggies. End the meal with a shareable treat from the café’s dessert selection, which, like a collection of family pets, rotates daily.

The eatery’s awning beckons passersby with red and white stripes reminiscent of candy canes and strawberry shortcakes. Inside, visitors relax at cozy tables as meat and seafood chill in refrigerated cases. To plan future feasts and feed ravenous bookshelves, diners can take home Dancing in the Kitchen, a collection of recipes from the chef’s mother (cookbook not included in today’s deal).

Cafe Forant is a cash-only establishment.

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French Dinner with Appetizers, Entrees, and Wine for Two or Four at Saint Germain French Bistro in Brooklyn (Up to 73% Off)

Much like the Eiffel Tower, French cuisine is elegantly designed, often constructed for large groups, and fun to stand on while yelling at pedestrians. Indulge in style with today’s Groupon to Saint Germain French Bistro. Choose between the following options:

  • For $29, you get a French dinner for two (up to a $91 value) that includes:
    • One appetizer (up to a $25 value)
    • Two entrees (up to a $24 value each)
    • Two glasses of wine (a $9 value each)
  • For $49, you get French dinner for four (up to a $182 value) that includes:
    • Two appetizers (up to a $25 value each)
    • Four entrees (up to a $24 value each)
    • Four glasses of wine (a $9 value each)

Named 2010 Chef of the Year, head chef Vincent Tropepe has exercised his expertise in French cuisine to feed the likes of Rudy Giuliani, P. Diddy, and Scott Baio, as well as craft a menu of rich French dishes for serving in his Parisian-inspired bistro. Appetizers, such as the house-made portobello-and-goat-cheese ravioli or snails fried in pernod butter, appease persnickety palates with quiet cooing and carefully culled flavors. Steamed mussels cool off in a chardonnay broth in the moulese à la mariniere, and other classic French preparations of duck, scallops, halibut, and steak recall the traditions and steak gardens of Provençal France. Between bites, patrons can sip glasses of vintage vino as they admire the eatery’s classic Parisian artwork, tiled floor, and wood-paneled walls.

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Two-Course French Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Yo In Yo Out (Up to 69% Off)

French cuisine is synonymous with fine dining, though crêpes are also synonymous with subpar headwear. Revel in international flavor with today’s Groupon to Yo In Yo Out. Choose between the following options:

  • For $35, you get a two-course French meal for two (up to a $94.50 value).
  • For $59, you get a two-course French meal for four (up to a $189 value).

Each two-course meal includes:

  • Any soup or salad per person (up to a $17.50 value)
  • One entree per person, except the filet mignon or rack of lamb (up to a $20.75 value)
  • One glass of house wine (up to a $9 value)

Drawing inspiration from French neighborhood cafés and lounges, chef Yoanne Magris presents traditional European fare in an intimate, casual setting. Embark on the ambrosial excursion with le salade de Homard’s baby organic greens with frisée, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, avocado, apples, and fresh lobster meat, or the caramelized onions, pancetta, and balsamic reduction of the spinach salad. Dabble in the eatery’s house-made crêpes, such as le Parisian, a trilogy of smoked ham, gruyère, and caramelized onions, or le Provençal, whose assemblage of mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes, and fresh basil evokes pastoral mornings and glorious meat-and-veggie gardens. Plates of chicken fettuccine incorporate sun-dried tomatoes and a light parmesan-cream sauce, and the truffle croque-monsieur tops open-faced brioche bread with truffle-béchamel sauce, ham, and gruyère, providing a warm respite from long days spent engraving ice cubes. As duos and quartets of diners relish in the evening of fresh fare and jovial conversation, rouge or blanc house wines await sips in glistening glasses.

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$65 for James Beard Award-Winning French Dinner for Two with Appetizers, Entrees, Dessert, and Bottle of Wine at Chez Jacqueline

A perfect table setting requires pristine linens and polished cutlery, except at off-Broadway restaurants where waiters set every table in postapocalyptic Vienna. Avoid avant garde eating with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get a three-course French dinner for two at Chez Jacqueline (up to a $159 total value). The dinner includes:

  • Two appetizers (up to a $19 value each)
  • Two entrees (up to a $29 value each)
  • Two desserts (up to a $14 value each)
  • Bottle of wine (up to a $35 value)

The chefs at Chez Jacqueline, winner of the James Beard Award, import French flavors from the Côte d’Azur to fashion a Provençale menu within an atmosphere of rustic charm. Taste buds tour the Mediterranean coast, introducing themselves to croquettes sporting edible berets of chèvre frais, or meet native noshes from other regions, such as foie gras or merguez—a grilled, spicy lamb sausage. For the main course, chefs grill hanger steak and pair it with a green-peppercorn or mustard sauce in the onglet grillé. The truite amandine’s almond-topped trout wears an edible friendship bracelet woven of string beans, and the Black Angus sirloin steak frites cruises to tables with piping fries and peppercorn or béarnaise sauce. Dessert choices include the tarte tatin de Jacqueline, a caramelized apple tart topped with crème anglaise and vanilla ice cream. A bottle of bordeaux or another pour off the wine list fuels storytelling or arguments over who has firmer teeth as guests linger in Chez Jacqueline’s simple, warm décor at rustic wooden tables.

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$35 for Two Person Dinner including Two Soups, Salads, Crêpes, or Appetizers and Two Entrees of Your Choice at Yo In Yo Out (Up to $90.90 value)

$35 for Two Person Dinner including Two Soups, Salads, Crêpes, or Appetizers and Two Entrees of Your Choice at Yo In Yo Out (Up to $90.90 value). $59 for Four People ($181.80 Value).

  • Featured in TimeOut NY
  • Classic French cuisine
  • Delectable crêpes
  • Brunch, lunch & dinner menus
  • For $35, you get a French meal for two (up to a $90.90 value), which includes:
    • Two soups, salads, crêpes, or appetizers (up to a $35 value)
    • Two entrees (up to a $55.90 value)
  • For $59, you get a French meal for four (up to a $181.80 value), which includes:
    • Four soups, salads, crêpes, or appetizers (up to a $70 value)
    • Four entrees (up to a $111.80 value)

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$39 for Two-Person, Three-Course French Dinner at Alouette French Bistro ($86 Value)

$39 for Two-Person, Three-Course French Dinner at Alouette French Bistro ($86 Value). $69 for Four-Person Dinner ($172 Value).

  • Contemporary French cuisine
  • Intimate bistro setting
  • Weekly musicians
  • Groupon-exclusive prix fixe menu
  • For $39, you get a prix fixe dinner for two (an $86 value) that includes:
    • Two appetizers
    • Two entrees
    • Two desserts
  • For $69, you get a prix fixe dinner for four (a $172 value) that includes:
    • Four appetizers
    • Four entrees
    • Four desserts
Alouette French Bistro
Upper West Side
2588 Broadway
Manhattan, New York 10025
(212) 222-6808

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