French executive chef Dominique Brialy prepares classic French dishes such as escargot, steak tartare, and steamed mussels in white wine
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$10 for $20 worth of upscale French cuisine for lunch for two. See the lunch menu.<p>
$40 for a three-course prix fixe dinner for two (up to an $86 total value)
One step inside The Epicurean Bistro and Wine Bar and visitors are transported to a French village complete with tiled awnings, lampposts, and yellow-brick walls that ascend into a sky-like ceiling. The authentic French atmosphere was created by founding partner and chef/owner Claire, a French-Canadian and consummate traveller. The restaurant was named named Best French by Metroland in 2012, 2013, and 2014, won the Award of Excellence in 2012, 2013, and 2014 from Wine Spectator, and earned a mention in the inaugural edition of Best Chefs America. She pours attention into the eatery's details, from the rustic wall sconces to the sage-scented parsnip purée that accompanies the roasted venison. Claire's husband and business partner Sandy has curated a wine cellar filled with 2,200 bottles from every region of France and internationally sourced varietals that complement every meal. Guests may also order from a full bar that features an extensive craft and imported beer selection, as well as an array of whiskeys, single malts, and bourbons.