Raoul’s was opened in the 1970s by brothers Guy and Serge Raoul, who journeyed from Alsace, France, to NYC and opened what would later become one of Soho’s most legendary restaurants. The lively Parisian bistro is a must for fans of French cuisine. The quarters are cramped, but the food makes getting to know the diners next to you more than worthwhile. Can’t-miss menu items include the steak au poivre, naturally, artichokes with Raoul’s dressing and a limited-quantity, delectable burger for in-the-know guests that regularly sells out.
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