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Bistro Moncur information
Minimoguls and luncheon ladies while away long afternoons beneath Bistro Moncur’s vaulted ceilings and monochromatic mural. The menu changes seasonally, but signature dishes such as French onion soufflé gratin and Cafe-de-Paris sirloin delight diners year-round. The wine list will make you want to take up mogul-ing, too.