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Les Zygomates information
This late-night Parisian bistro serves up live jazz music alongside classic but contemporary French cuisine. Daily prix-fixe menus and Tuesday-night wine tastings ($30; 7pm) attract a clientele that is sophisticated but not stuffy. Dinner is pricey, but the tempting selection of starters and cocktails make it a perfect pre- or post-theater spot.