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The great thing about living in America is eating just about anything is patriotic, including French food. That’s right. I said it. Why not have apple tarte tatin instead of apple pie? Or coq au vin instead of turkey? If you’re going to do it, do it right. Daniel Boulud has always set the standard for French in New York, so we suggest you head to Bar Boulud for their three-course, Thanksgiving menu. Just how do the French celebrate? Here, they start with a Peekytoe Crab Salad, or Beef Tartare . As an entrée, Chef Olivier is cooking Roasted Turkey, Ravioli de Champignons, Mediterranean Sea Bass, or Steak Roti. And there’s desserts aplenty, including a selection of glaces, sorbets, and fromage. Not to mention, they’ve got an innovative and expansive wine list, so it won’t be hard to choose a perfect pairing for your holiday meal.
3-course prix fixe, $65/person, 12pm – 9pm