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If you're craving French bistro fare, look no further than this cozy little gem tucked into a multilevel town house. Owner-chef Pascal Petiteau and his wife, Virginie, hail from Brittany, so authenticity is assured. Moules frites, with five varieties of sauce, are a specialty. Other Gallic classics include escargot, steak tartare and filet mignon. For dessert, it's impossible to resist the crème brûlée, tarte tatin or profiteroles with vanilla ice cream and toasted almonds.