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This lavish Midtown restaurant specializes in dishes from Southwestern France, such as crispy, slow-cooked duck, pan-roasted chicken and grilled salmon. Entrées are served with roasted vegetables and pommes cocottes. Pair your meal with a full-bodied Bordeaux for a true French experience, or choose a more adventurous wine from the extensive list.