Though meals tend to bring friends together, meals peppered with magnets can push them apart. Enjoy an attractive repast with today's Groupon to French American Bistro in Mt. Kisco. Choose from the following options:
For $38, you get a dinner for two (up to a $76 total value) that includes:
- One appetizer from the hors d'oeuvre menu (up to an $18 value)
- Two entrees from the dinner menu (up to a $29 value each)
For $75, you get a dinner for four (up to a $183 total value) that includes:
- Two appetizers form the hors d'oeuvre menu (up to an $18 value each)
- Four entrees from the dinner menu (up to a $29 value each)
- One bottle of red or white wine (a $31 value)
At French American Bistro, executive chef Felipe Milanes combines his extensive experience and copious culinary passions to cook up an ever-changing menu of fine European-inspired cuisine. Like an Eiffel Tower made of tangled slinkies, the bill of fare unites the best elements of French and American culture, tantalizing palates with main dishes such as a succulent coq au vin sided with mushrooms, pearl onions, and lardon as well as a 10-ounce Cadillac burger accompanied by fries and topped with sharp cheddar and a sunny-side-up egg on a rich brioche bun. Delicious seafood plates—such as a bouillabaisse of Prince Edward Island mussels, clams, shrimp, and fish in a light saffron-tomato broth—deliver masterfully prepared packages of ocean-fresh eats. In addition to mouthwatering main courses, delicious hors d'oeuvres, such as an assorted charcuterie platter or a dish of escargot, warm up taste buds, and bottles of red or white wine let quartets toast to the posthumous release of Napoleon's R&B cover album.
French American Bistro conjures a relaxing and elegant café atmosphere with a cozy yet refined design motif of hardwood accents, white tablecloths, and golden walls. Regular live musical entertainment keeps evenings lively, and exquisitely plated meals recall the artistic elegance of Botticelli's macaroni version of The Birth of Venus.
French American Bistro
Only months after its inception, French American Bistro—AKA “FAB”—grabbed the attention of The New York Times with its buttery croissants and fresh salads. Today, head chef Octavio Sandoval continues to mesh French and American flavors to elegantly plate dishes ranging from escargot to 10-ounce burgers on brioche buns. Patrons inside the upscale dining room can pair FAB’s seasonal menu with live musical performances and an eclectic selection of beers, wines, and water piped in from the Seine.