French cuisine has influenced cultures all over the world, as evidenced by the French cookbook and crème brûlée torch held by the Statue of Liberty. Feast on the gifts of the French with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of French bistro fare
- $20 for $40 worth of French bistro fare for parties of four or more<p>
The dinner menu begins with toasted goat cheese and berries, served over crostini with a boysenberry-thyme drizzle ($12), as well as duck-leg confit with garlic fingerling potato chips and mesculin salad in a lavender-honey vinaigrette. Entrees include a seared ahi tuna steak with a soy-mirin reduction ($14), and steak frites in a red wine pan jus ($19). Cafe Trottoir et Patisserie also serves lunch and Sunday brunch.
Bonnie Ruth's Cafe Trottoir
Affectionately dubbed "a little piece of France" by Christina Rowland of Real Frisco, Bonnie Ruth's Cafe Trottoir transports taste buds with Parisian-style bistro fare for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. Dishes feature simple, elegant preparations, with numerous sauces and vinaigrettes drizzled across seared tuna steaks and roasted duck breasts. Mimicking money-booth contestants, pear and goat cheese step into a salad arena, where they compete to snatch the most pecans out of a slippery shower of lavender-honey vinaigrette. The steak frites' Black Angus terres major is pan-seared with red-wine pan jus and laid on a plate of pommes frites and baby greens.
Indoor meals unfurl under brass chandeliers bearing clusters of golden lamps. In fair weather, the sun-dappled outdoor terrace surrounds tables in tall trees bookended by stucco walls and a large outdoor fireplace.