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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Steak Frites, the contemporary Parisian-style steakhouse/bistro, celebrates 17 years, offering the same great quality and value. The fun and flashy decor at this Union Square hotspot was designed by Carlton Varney of Dorothy Draper Design. The menu offers affordable cuts of prime beef; classic French salads using local ingredients such as frisee et lardon, endive, beets and goat cheese; and numerous preparations of moules frites. There is also an extensive international wine list and a sommelier to assist guests in navigating it. Steak Frites draws trendy and artistic crowds who sit at the long zinc bar drinking hand-crafted elixirs concocted by a team of mixologists.