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This traditional French restaurant is located in the heart of the Theatre District and has been operated for over 25 years by the Denamiel family. The romantic French atmosphere is the setting for elegant yet affordable classic French cuisine (roast duck, frogs’ legs, escargot). Specializing in pre-theater dining, Le Rivage ensures that patrons finish their meals with enough time to make the opening curtain. The restaurant also is open for lunch and post-theater dining.