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This French spot dishes up new spins on old classics, like foie gras ravioli, alongside bistro favorites like mussels, burgers, croque monsieur, steak tartar, leg of lamb, duck breast, and a beet and goat cheese salad. An impressive wine selection and live music on Thursday nights complete the Parisian atmosphere.