French cuisine is synonymous with fine dining, though crêpes are also synonymous with subpar headwear. Revel in international flavor with today’s Groupon to Yo In Yo Out. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a two-course French meal for two (up to a $94.50 value).
- For $59, you get a two-course French meal for four (up to a $189 value).<p>
Each two-course meal includes: * Any soup or salad per person (up to a $17.50 value) * One entree per person, except the filet mignon or rack of lamb (up to a $20.75 value) * One glass of house wine (up to a $9 value)<p>
Drawing inspiration from French neighborhood cafés and lounges, chef Yoanne Magris presents traditional European fare in an intimate, casual setting. Embark on the ambrosial excursion with le salade de Homard’s baby organic greens with frisée, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, avocado, apples, and fresh lobster meat, or the caramelized onions, pancetta, and balsamic reduction of the spinach salad. Dabble in the eatery’s house-made crêpes, such as le Parisian, a trilogy of smoked ham, gruyère, and caramelized onions, or le Provençal, whose assemblage of mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes, and fresh basil evokes pastoral mornings and glorious meat-and-veggie gardens. Plates of chicken fettuccine incorporate sun-dried tomatoes and a light parmesan-cream sauce, and the truffle croque-monsieur tops open-faced brioche bread with truffle-béchamel sauce, ham, and gruyère, providing a warm respite from long days spent engraving ice cubes. As duos and quartets of diners relish in the evening of fresh fare and jovial conversation, rouge or blanc house wines await sips in glistening glasses.
Yo in Yo Out
Chef Yoanne Magris at Yo In Yo Out serves a menu's worth of French brunches, lunches, and dinners in her cozy East Harlem bistro. Yoanne, a former Chopped contestant, runs the restaurant with her pastry-chef sister Jade, who helps to forge delicious dishes such as the croque monsieur sandwich and crepes. Yo In Yo Out's gratin de coquilettes and panna cotta pleased the palate of one Time Out New York reviewer, and the homemade croissants double as ineffective landing pads.