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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
$45 for a French bistro dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to $82 value)
$55 for a French bistro dinner for two, valid any day (up to $82 value)
- Two small bites (up to $9 value each; up to $18 total value) or one appetizer, housemade sausage, or fruits de mer (up to $18 value each)
- Two main courses, entree salads, steak frites or burgers (up to $32 value each; up to $64 total value)
$110 for a French bistro dinner for four, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to $212 value)
$130 for a French bistro dinner for four, valid any day (up to $212 value)
- Four small bites (up to $9 value each; up to $36 total value) or two appetizers, housemade sausages, or fruits de mer (up to $18 value each; up to $36 total value)
- Four main courses, entree salads, steak frites or burgers (up to $32 value each; up to $128 total value)
- One bottle of wine (up to $45 value) or four cocktails or beers (up to $12 value each; up to $48 total value)
See the menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2015. Amount paid never expires. 1st course valid for 1 small bite /person (up to $9 each) or 1 appetizer, sausage, or fruits de mer /2 people (up to $18 each). Main course valid for 1 main course, entree salad, steak frites, or burger /person (up to a $32 each). For 4 person options, drinks valid for 1 bottle of wine (up to $45) or 4 cocktails or beers (up to $12 each. Reservation required; subject to availability. Limit 1 /person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 /table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on federal holidays, Valentine's Day or Mother's Day. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boulevard 18 Bistro & Wine Bar
With a white-picket fence around its perimeter and an American Flag waving from its bay windows, Boulevard 18 Bistro & Wine Bar might look like a great place to raise a family. But instead of embodying the American Dream, this 1860s Georgian landmark holds a little piece of Paris inside. Chef and co-owner David Raymer transports palates across the Atlantic by pairing more than 80 French wines with traditional entrees. And, much like in a Parisian bistro's kitchen, the focus here is on the craft. Chef Raymer creates country pâté and cures gravlax in house, and even stuffs his own sausages with flavors such as merguez or boudin blanc. The result: French classics with a modern twist, such as grilled mustard-seed-crusted leg of lamb with ratatouille or a duck confit salad.
An antique map of Paris covers the wall of the dining room so that guests never forget where the flavors they're tasting came from. But it also helps tie the room together. The map's curving, cobblestone avenues guide eyes toward the scarlet booths and hardwood accents. Boulevard 18 Bistro & Wine Bar also offers a seasonal dining patio with views of the village fire station where Chef Raymer buys the flames to fill the fire pit.