French food


Expectations were high for Fauntleroy when it took residence in the spot where Coquette had served French food for many years. Fauntleroy does not disappoint. Read more

Dining Out

Justin Spring’s The Gourmands’ Way: Six Americans in Paris and the Birth of a New Gastronomy provides descriptions of luscious meals as well as French culture during the war and postwar years. Read more


In David Downie A Taste of Paris, the author waxes eloquently about the bistros, bakeries, boucheries and fish markets that fill the city, and the unpretentiously life-loving culture that has sustained this moveable feast. Read more


A new French restaurant, Maison, opened in the spot that once housed Meritage. Read more

Dining Out