French Restaurants in Cutler Ridge

French and Continental Cuisine at French Bistro (40% Off). Two Options Available.

French Bistro

Palmetto Bay

$30 $18

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Owner brings years of food-industry experience to bistro, which serves French and continental cuisine alongside juicy cuts of steak

$35 for a French Food-and-Wine Tasting for Two at Atelier Monnier ($60 Value)

Atelier Monnier

Brickell

$60 $35

A dozen different dishes complement six different wines in a range of styles, creating scores of flavor combinations to experiment with

Wine and Bistro Food at Le Chat Noir (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

Le Chat Noir

Downtown Miami

$40 $21

Bistro-style salads, sandwiches, and cheese plates pair with wine in this swanky eatery that features live jazz in its cellar

$15 for $30 Worth of Gourmet Food and Drinks at Clos Bistro & Café

Clos Bistro & Café

Miami

$30 $15

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Empanadas, oven-roasted meats, plus hearty breakfasts and tapas at downtown bistro

$16 for $30 Worth of Modern Urban Bistro Cuisine at Bin No. 18

Bin No. 18

Miami

$30 $16

European roadside bistro that earned praise from Food & Wine magazine uses locally sourced ingredients to create contemporary cuisine

French Cafe Fare and Drinks for Two or Four at Bistro Coffee (Up to 45% Off)

Bistro Coffee

Downtown Miami

$20 $11

French-born chefs create "fine fast food" such as panini, crepes, and lobster ravioli, paired with a selection of coffees, beers, and wines

French Cuisine at La Gloutonnerie (Up to 44% Off). Four Options Available.

La Gloutonnerie

South Pointe

$80 $45

French delicacies such as foie gras terrine and duck confit with plum sauce combine home-style cooking and nouveau cuisine

French and Moroccan Cuisine at Rouge CineCafe (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Rouge CineCafe

Isle Of Normandy Ocean Side

$30 $15

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French- and Moroccan-inspired cuisine such as lamb meatballs, french onion soup, and steak au poivre is served in a romantic eatery

French-Floridian Fusion Cuisine and Drinks at FL Café (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

FL Cafe

Flamingo / Lummus

$30 $16

Restaurant in the heart of South Beach pairs French-Floridian dishes with tropical cocktails

Italian Food for Two or Four at Il Piccolo Cafe (50% Off)

Il Piccolo Cafe

Sans Souci Estates

$40 $20

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Eatery serves up classic Italian dishes such as chicken parmigiana and shrimp florentine, plus specialty coffee drinks and desserts

French Dinner for Two with Salads, Entrees, and Unlimited Wine (Up to $95.80 Value)

Bistro 1902

Hollywood

$95 $38

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Classic French dishes such as foie gras, duck confit, and three types of mussels in exposed-brick dining room full of Parisian prints

$11 for $20 Worth of Modern European Food — Hollywood Creperie

Hollywood Creperie Lounge

Hollywood

$20 $11

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

French Food for Two or Four at George's in the Grove (50% Off)

George's in the Grove

Northeast Coconut Grove

$40 $22

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Escargot warms up palates for seared branzino filet or braised lamb shank before desserts of crème brûlée or chocolate mousse

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Daniel Gonzalez has a wealth of culinary knowledge. After working in a continental restaurant, he managed the argentinean steak house Rinc?n Argentino. He brings that know-how to French Bistro, a casual eatery offering French, continental, and steak-house cuisine. The menu is filled with French dishes, including escargot swimming in garlic butter and chicken normandy drizzled with a rich asparagus sauce. Myriad cuts of steak and seafood meals are available, and other European-influenced dishes dot the menu, such as gnocchi in a red sauce and chicken parmigiana served with an Italian flag as a napkin.

13611 S Dixie Hwy
Miami,
FL
US

Before owner François Delfosse and his wife Lucia even set foot in George's in the Grove, they knew their way around the kitchen. Lucia had operated three restaurants in their native France, and upon taking over the Coconut Grove hot spot, they opted to keep the space as they found it on the theory that you shouldn't mess with success. The previous owner had placed Buddha statues all around to counterbalance his excitable personality. Now the statues remain to complement the soothing zen music that plays in the background and only stops when birthday celebrations transform the relaxed lounge into a dark nightclub. In this latter scene, patrons show off dance moves while Top 40 hits play and the birthday diner chows down on a sparkler-accented dessert.

A long glass pane stretches across one side of the dining room, giving patrons a look at chefs hard at work arranging French cuisine. François and Lucia's menu spotlights delicate dishes such as steamed mussels with white wine, garlic, and shallots, and rich morel-mushroom risotto with shaved foie gras and truffle oil. Hearty steak tartare—very rare meat with capers, onions, and spices—or lamb shank braised for three hours delight palates and imbue patrons with the strength to climb the Arc de Triomphe. As diners sip wine, they admire paintings along a café au lait-colored wall or take in sunlight on a sidewalk patio.

3145 Commodore Plz.
Coconut Grove,
FL
US

With the deft hands of a veteran baker, Vincent Benoliel keenly measures almonds, eggs, and sugar, because accuracy is essential when making macarons. The ephemeral sweets come in a rainbow of colors and might taste of chocolate, rose petal, or lemon, but every single one has that je ne sais quoi of a macaron made by a native Frenchman. Vincent grew up in France's ubiquitous restaurant industry, ascending to the rank of sous chef in a Parisian brasserie when he was only 18. In 2005, he brought the richness of French cuisine to South Florida by importing the Eiffel Tower in 3-pound chunks and by opening Le Boudoir in Miami. His handiwork includes delicacies such as escargot, steak tartare, and fresh pastries.

169 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables,
FL
US

It's not just the ingredients that make a great cr?pe. It's also the method and materials. At Cr?pe Connection Caf?, a chef ladles the thin batter onto one of the traditional French irons, then methodically sweeps the batter in a graceful, exacting swirl to create a large, flat, and incredibly thin cr?pe. The result wraps around a variety of savory and sweet fillings?including a number of showy treats, such as the flamb?ed strawberries-and-Nutella cr?pe, doused in Grand Marnier and set aflame. Visitors can also enjoy coffee, espresso, beer, and wine in the cafe's charming and quaint interior, complete with sparkling lights and French artwork adorning the walls.

14264 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US

The elegant db Bistro Moderne is part of award-winning French chef Daniel Boulud's international culinary empire. This outpost, located in the sophisticated JW Marriott Marquis Miami, touts a menu of French American cuisine that incorporates the ingredients of South Florida. Executive Chef Matthieu Godard, who trained under Boulud, oversees the preparation of escargots and coq au vin as well as market-fresh red snapper with saffron risotto and ceviche with plantain chips. The cellar is stocked full of both French and South American wines to complement the kitchen’s offerings. Guests can nibble charcuterie and artisanal cheese beneath the dining room's lofty 16-foot ceilings and then retire to the bar and lounge for nightcaps. A street-level terrace with views of the Miami River is the perfect place to mingle in the fresh air or recall rafting adventures with Huckleberry Finn.

255 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US

When you sit outside at Café Bastille, it’s easy to imagine yourself instead at the famous Paris bistro Les Deux Magot on the Left Bank – even the chairs are the same. The perfect place to sit and savor some fun people watching, Bastille offers up the usual assortment of French bistro cuisine that is so common in the City of Love; flaky croissants, croque monsieurs, eggs benedict, crepe Suzette, crème brulee, soufflés and, of course, plenty of wine. The small interior’s walls might be the only thing that removes you from the reverie, as they’re lined with images and posters from Paris, the city that this café is modeled after, as opposed to the city that this café is in.

248 SE 1st St
Miami,
FL
US