French Restaurants in Northern Miami

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

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

$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

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

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

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 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 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

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

Atelier Monnier

Pinecrest

$60 $35

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

$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 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

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

Fusion and Grill Dinner for Two or Four at Carpe Diem (Up to 46% Off)

Carpe Diem

Delray Beach

$64.97 $35

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Blending traditional and modern styles, featuring make-your-own-plates, grilled options, and dishes from around the world

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A towering wall of book-lined shelves and a wooden chessboard tucked in the corner create "that vibe where you feel like maybe you should stay for a spell" at Moloko, according to the Miami New Times. That feeling grows stronger as you sip from a cup of steaming coffee or steeped tea and drive a fork into abundant crepes stuffed with anything from prosciutto to raw, organic maple syrup.

Overhead, exposed wooden rafters keep the ceiling from floating away from the walls, adding a rustic touch to the otherwise modern décor. Customers lounge beside cherry-red walls at the coffee bar, settling into vinyl seats that fall somewhere between stools and armchairs. When the space isn't serving customers, the staff hosts crepe-making classes and live music.

3201 N Miami Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Pasha's Healthy Mediterranean Cuisine has expanded to seven locations throughout the Miami area, each characterized by eye-catching, contemporary decor. Bright-blue umbrellas and swaying palm trees pop up in sunny outdoor patios while soothing music filters through dining rooms of arched columns and white-leather seats. The elegant surroundings provide a suitable backdrop for fine Mediterranean dishes—fresh, wholesome wraps, kebabs, and spreads that won accolades from an abundance of newspaper and magazine publications. Backed by a team of fitness specialists and nutritionists, Pasha chefs take healthy approaches to cooking, using fresh produce, measuring proper portion sizes, and lecturing all their cows on the importance of routine exercise.

3801 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US

The chefs at Morgan's Restaurant transform locally sourced ingredients into made-from-scratch dishes that pull influences from all over the world. Entrees include international dishes such as pan-seared Scottish salmon, Moroccan-style stew, and moules frites with French fries. Though the restaurant's wraparound porch may exude an old-fashioned charm, the interior's chic ambiance, replete with mirrored walls and hanging light fixtures, creates a modern dining atmosphere for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

28 NE 29th St.
Miami,
FL
US

Calming breezes waft throughout Uvas Restaurant, emanating from the sea wind drifting across the patio lounge and the refreshing drafts from the dining room’s air conditioning. The aromas of chorizo simmering in spicy chardonnay broth and sizzling Angus beef mingle with these gentle gusts, filling the 1920s Mediterranean-style building with the robust fragrances of European dishes. Chefs swaddle burgers in focaccia, fill empanadas with sweet plantains and fresh mozzarella, and, for brunch, souse poached eggs in hollandaise sauce and top vanilla pancakes with strawberries and white chocolate shavings. They serve up mimosas and champagne with late morning dishes, while pouring an extensive selection of international wines at dinner.

6900 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US

The breadth of the Atlantic Ocean doesn't impact the reach of Alfredo Patino. As the chef and owner of Bin No. 18, the Miami-based chef draws inspiration from the casual cuisine of European bistros while using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients and contemporary technique to lend a bit of New World flair to the ever-changing menus. French, Italian, and Latin American flavors appear throughout Chef Patino's cuisine, adding a global scope to the regionally rooted dishes.

Shareable platters of imported European cheeses and cured meats are served alongside Latin staples, including octopus salad, as well as classic Italian entrees made with homemade pastas. But recreating time-honored classics isn't the only thing that Chef Patino does. He also demonstrates a willingness to experiment by fusing New and Old World influences. This culinary whimsy is evident in the kitchen's modern interpretation of a Cuban sandwich—complete with slow-roasted pork, brie, and fig sauce—which earned a spot on Food & Wine magazine's list of the Best Sandwiches in the U.S.

And much like the European bistros that originally inspired Chef Patino, Bin No. 18 features an extensive wine list. Like his menu, the wine list takes a global approach by including bottles from Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Hungary, Greece, and Austria, as well as Argentina, New Zealand, South Africa, Washington State, California, and Oregon. This variety of options ensures that numerous pairing options are available for diners looking to enjoy a glass with their meal or collection of small plates. CBS Miami was also impressed by the selection, placing Bin No. 18 on its 2011 list of the Best Wine Bars In South Florida.

The Old World inspiration shines through a bit more clearly in the restaurant's décor, which skews more toward a rustic, yet refined ambiance as opposed to a nouveau vibe. Wooden wine barrels sit beside tables with avocado-green chairs, occasionally doubling as small side tables. At the same time, the collection of crystal chandeliers dangling from the ceiling adds a bit of classical elegance to the space.

1800 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
Florida
US

Doma Polo Bistro is a Buenos Aires?style bistro that pays homage to the sport of kings, both in its decor and in its menu of proteins hearty enough to replenish famished polo players. In reality, it might be more likely to fill the bellies of another kind of athlete?the Miami Heat play just across Biscayne Boulevard at American Airlines Arena. The most outrageously carnivorous option available to mighty appetites may be the picada de parrilla, a trove of grilled skirt steak, blood sausage, chorizo, golden sweetbreads, veal kidneys, and beef or chicken empanadas, served with an ode to meat recited tableside. Even in less decadent feasts, the Argentine taste for beef makes itself known via rich stews and subtly spiced salads.

As the wait staff?which the Miami NewTimes called ?extremely attentive, friendly, and timely??help them rifle through the menu, Argentine transplants and other Miamians alike dine in an enormous space built to resemble an elegant barn. Below raw wooden rafters, leather booths are cut into stalls that are lit softly by copper fixtures. On one wall, some 2,500 wine bottles bearing more than 150 different labels peek out from a metal grid of cubbies.

900 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
FL
US