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L'École, The Restaurant of The International Culinary Center (now closed)
Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Diners can feast on contemporary and classic French cuisine at the International Culinary Center’s in-house SoHo restaurant. Offering both prix-fixe and à la carte lunches, along with multicourse prix-fixe dinners—visitors can sample elegant food prepared and served by the school’s students. The heavenly desserts and the connoisseur’s wine list add to the sophisticated ambience that this restaurant exudes—all without the prohibitive prices of other establishments.