Classic French restaurants in New York City
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The home base of celebrity chef David Bouley attracts an un-flashy crowd of heavyweights who drop small fortunes on sublime, creative takes on classic fare – like seared halibut with purees of persimmon and cauliflower and a trickle of almond-milk sauce, or tea-smoked organic duckling with vanilla-glazed baby turnips. Dinner tasting menus let you sample six courses of treasures for $95, or $175 with wine pairings. The Bouley Bakery, Café & Market lets you nibble on goodies like mango-shrimp salad, wiener schnitzel or shoft-shell crab sandwiches, or purchase a perfect picnic to go.