French Restaurants in White Plains

Four-Course Continental Dinner for Two or Four at Manor Inn (Up to 49% Off)

Manor Inn

Larchmont

Four-course meals blend Italian, French, and continental cuisines

$122 $63

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Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of French-Southern Fusion Cuisine at Le Bon Choix (50% Off)

Le Bon Choix

Ridgewood

Café uses locally produced chicken, dairy, and produce in cuisine that fuses the flavors of France and the American South

$10 $5

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Two, Three, or Five Groupons, Each Good for One Crêpe Meal at Crêpes Célestes (Up to 40% Off)

Crêpes Célestes

Palisades Center Mall - West Nyack

Sweet and savory crêpes stuffed with fillings such as chipotle-spiced veggies, fiesta chicken, Nutella, or white chocolate and strawberries

$13.25 $8

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French Dinner and Wine for Two or Four at Cantine Parisienne (Up to 59% Off)

Cantine Parisienne

New York

Diners feast on delicious French fare such as steak frites and duck legs confit in a light-filled bistro

$70 $29

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Eastern European Food at Love Cafe And Bar (50% Off)

Love Cafe And Bar

New York

Eatery's morning menu includes savory and sweet crepes, come afternoon, Eastern European staples, such as borscht and pierogi, are served

$10 $5

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$10 for Two Desserts and Two Small Drinks at Kulu Desserts (Up to $21 Value)

Kulu Desserts-Flushing

Flushing

Asian fusion desserts paired with hot or cold drinks such as mocha earl grey tea, milkshakes, and bubble tea

$21 $10

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Sweet Crepes, Gelato, and Drinks at The 3rd Wave Cafe & Crepe (Up to 56% Off). Two Options Available.

The 3rd Wave Cafe & Crepe

Lyndhurst

Cafe packs sweet crepes with fresh fruit and nutella, and keeps the dessert hits coming with two scoops of gelato

$15.23 $7

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Baked Goods, Chocolate or Plain Croissants, or Catering at Choc O Pain (Up to 43% Off)

Choc O Pain

Multiple Locations

French bakery serves fresh fruit tarts and crusty baguettes, as well as plain or chocolate croissants, or lunch catering

$10 $6

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Voted Best Authentic Crepes in 2009 by Westchester Magazine, Rue des Crepes conjures a Parisian ambiance with a colorful street-side mural, cobblestone floors, and authentic French fare that "transports you to the quais of the Seine." According to metromix.com's mustachioed detectives, "all the classic fillings are there," including lemon, plantain, ham, and chorizo. Chefs prepare savory crêpes with a buckwheat-flour batter and, upon request, serve dessert crêpes à la mode. Rounding out the menu, pots of cheese fondue arrive with bite-size dunkers such as focaccia, shrimp, and buttons from Napoleon's doublet.

261 Halstead Ave
Harrison,
NY
US

La Panetière's elegant cuisine works its way into not only the stomachs but the hearts of those who dine within the restaurant's cozy French-countryside embrace. Tucked inside a 200-year-old building, the "hushed dining room," as it was described by the New York Times, is home to "artistically arranged dishes" straight from the brain of owner Jacques Loupiac. The AAA Four Diamond Award–winning restaurant changes its menus frequently, but consistently remixes French culinary staples with seafood, beef, and vegetables grown in the United States.

Complemented by pours from vintages drawn out of its historic cellar, seasonal dishes may highlight sautéed Maine lobster with minty zucchini and white gazpacho or sophisticated accents of foie gras and escargots. It's La Panetière's unwavering devotion to refinement that makes it a destination for romance and celebration, as well as a proud recipient of the Best French Restaurant award, as voted by the people who read and make origami dragons out of Westchester Magazine. The eatery also boasts high Zagat ratings—food, decor, and service are all in the “extraordinary to perfection" category.

530 Milton Rd
Rye,
NY
US

Barbara Bratone once served as the executive director of La Napoule Art Foundation in France’s Côte d’Azur. Arthur Bratone served as the managing partner of a private company in the Middle East. Their shared international experience—and palates for international fare—come to life at Bistro Rollin. The two have rigid standards for selecting their ingredients: they get as much local and organic produce, sustainably farmed seafood, and antibiotic- and hormone-free meat as possible. This makes for a rich selection that spans brunch, lunch, and dinner. Creamy endive and roasted apples and prunes lend the tender Long Island duck breast extra flavor. Chef Manny Lozano and his staff also pan roast skate with acorn squash and roast racks of pork. It’s no surprise that the spirit selection is locally harvested, too: whiskey from Gardiner, New York, bourbon from Brooklyn, and gin from Great Barrington, Massachusetts, pour into artisanal cocktails. Cozy, intricate decor rounds out the experience at Bistro Rollin. Beneath original tin ceilings—the space was constructed in 1910—guests slide into dark wood chairs that match paneling hand made by a local cabinetmaker. The granite bar is also custom, its wood base built to fit into the space as snugly as the pieces of a puzzle that depict a bug in a rug.

142 Fifth Ave
Pelham,
NY
US

It's not often that The New York Times is charmed by something being untrendy, but the publication said a few years back that Brasserie Swiss's lack of chicness "is the key to its appeal." The timeworn decor leaves glittering fixtures and pomp to new culinary kids on the block, and instead complements the restaurant's menu—a roster of traditional dishes such as fondue and snails bourguignon. Many of the meats come from a Colorado butcher, because the Geneva Conventions state that Swiss food can only be sourced from mountainous regions. These meats include the veal cutlets used for the sauteed wiener schnitzel, and the lamb chops that are paired with roesti, a crispy potato side. In true European fashion, the desserts are hardly overlooked: diners should save room for decadent creations such as chocolate mousse or coupe cherry Swiss steeped in wine.

As Rolf Baumgartner, co-owner of Brasserie Swiss for nearly 35 years, prepares the European-inspired meals, his wife Verena minds the dining room. "She's an enthusiastic interpreter of Swiss culture," the Times said adoringly. "Ask her about the large Alpine horns on the walls or about Swiss culinary preferences, and she will have stories to tell."

118 Croton Ave
Ossining,
NY
US

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.

222 E Main St
Mount Kisco,
NY
US

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38 E Main St
Mount Kisco,
NY
US