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French Louie is a modern French-American bistro from the team behind Buttermilk Channel, located on Atlantic Avenue at the crossroads of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill. Conveniently close to the Barclays Center and BAM, the restaurant's menu includes a selection of three steaks frites as well as a raw bar along with a variety of seafood and vegetarian offerings. The bar offers a list of classic and signature cocktails along with a selection of French and American wines and beers. French Louie is open for brunch, weekday lunch and dinner.