French Restaurants in Massachusetts


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  • L'Espalier
    L'Espalier: A User's Guide New England–French Fusion | Local Ingredients | Vegetarian Degustation | Weekend Tea Parties | Ultramodern Decor Sample Menu First course: roasted Hudson Valley foie gras with muscat-macerated strawberries, Sicilian pistachios, and beets cooked in embers Second course: hot smoked Columbia River salmon with seasonal vegetables from Apple Street Farm and tomato jam Dessert: sunflower-honey sponge cake with pansies and honey frozen yogurt When to Go: L'Espalier serves lunch and dinner daily, but guests can also book a reservation for the restaurant's charming Fantasy Tea Party on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. During this time, eager Anglophiles can nibble on delicate tea sandwiches and petits fours between sips of one of more than 15 teas. While You're Waiting Honor Chef Frank McClelland, who grows much of the restaurant's produce on his own farm, by planting an amuse-bouche under your chair and waiting patiently for it to sprout. Ogle the dining room's ultramodern decor and custom chandeliers—both the result of the renowned interior-design firm Projects Design Associates. Inside Tips Herbivores rejoice! L'Espalier offers a four-course degustation of seasonal vegetables that's 100% vegetarian. If you’re a cheese aficionado, don’t miss fromager Louis Risoli's lovingly curated à la carte cheese tray, which was named the city's best by Boston Magazine. Make reservations before you go. Look the part. Though there is no set-in-stone dress code, the restaurant prefers guests wear jackets and ties. While You're in the Neighborhood Before: Pore over some long-forgotten tomes at Raven Used Books (263 Newbury Street), which Boston Magazine named the city's top used bookstore in 2012. After: Treat your ears to the same rapturous joy that your mouth just experienced with a show from the Boston Symphony Orchestra (301 Massachusetts Avenue).
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    774 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Eddy's Restaurant
    At Eddy's, you can experience a relaxed restaurant that offers a flavorful menu in a laid-back atmosphere. The relaxed environment and great menu options allow customers to focus on what matters: the awesome food. A good spot in Dudley Square, a visit to Eddy's is definitely worthwhile.
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    1127 Harrison Ave
    Roxbury, MA US
  • Shaker's Cafe and Restaurant
    The premier destination for fantastic sandwiches, Shaker's Cafe and Restaurant in Worcester is one of the area's highest-rated restaurants. It's a local favorite for those looking for terrific food. There's not really a recommended attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Also, though the overall price can be a bit on the low side, you won't be sacrificing any quality. In fact, you should be able to enjoy a good meal for $11 or $12, and can probably get in and out for $8 if you try. In addition to its convenient take-out offerings, the restaurant even provides catering for events around town. A reputable favorite for breakfast, a visit to Shaker's is definitely worthwhile. Its breakfast is known to be "fantastic." Visitors to the restaurant have access to a private lot nearby or can park on the street.
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    296 Hamilton St
    Worcester, MA US
  • Life Alive
    Life Alive If you stumble over a few of the ingredients in Life Alive’s signature Goddess bowl, don’t worry—you’re not the only one. That’s why the restaurant’s website keeps a glossary of its menu’s potentially baffling ingredients and their health benefits. The Ginger Nama Shoyu sauce, for example, may seem outlandish to Americans but “the Champagne of Soy Sauce” shouldn’t be. It’s 100% organic and non-GMO, ages for four years in cedar kegs with less salt than traditional soy sauce, and is completely raw. Ginger adds an extra dose of healing, since it naturally eases digestive issues and nausea, as well as ulcers and inflammation. In this particular dish, the potent sauce flavors a medley of carrots, beets, broccoli, dark greens, tofu, and short-grain brown rice—a nutritional powerhouse all on its own. The Goddess bowl epitomizes Life Alive’s approach to vegan food: it should be organic, whole, and therapeutic, and use ingredients that come from local farms. And, it should meet these requirements without sacrificing flavor or convenience. In addition to nourishing the body, Life Alive believes that cuisine should also benefit the environment and the community. That’s why the restaurant sources its ingredients sustainably, recycles and composts scraps, and uses biodegradable packaging and cleaning materials formulated without chemicals or bacon.
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    194 Middle St
    Lowell, MA US
  • Cafe Pamplona
    Tables line the sidewalk outside Cafe Pamplona, where patrons sip tea and coffee and students meet up to study. The specials are written on a board outside, beckoning diners to come in to sample internationally inspired soups, sandwiches, and sweets. At one of the oldest cafes in Harvard Square, guests peruse the extensive hot and cold drink menu, seeking the perfect beverage to suit their mood. Drinks at this European-style cafe include unique blends such as the hot or cold Cafe Pamplona, a drink made of espresso and sweetened condensed milk, and the caffeine-free Red Zen tea, which is infused with a mix of lemongrass and orange peel that zings taste buds more effectively than licking velcro. Along with tea and coffee, Cafe Pamplona serves up italian sodas, espresso, and cappuccinos.
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    12 Bow Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Cobblestone Restaurant
    For American food that won't disappoint, highly-regarded Cobblestone Restaurant dishes out a menu that's full in flavor and sure to please. Cobblestone Restaurant does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Cobblestone Restaurant has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. Your group can sit comfortably at Cobblestone Restaurant, a local restaurant. Cobblestone Restaurant wants guests to dine in comfort, so save that stuffy suit for another date. Short on time? Don't wait for a driver — pick it up yourself. Throwing a big party? Count on Cobblestone Restaurant to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. Drivers will be surprised by the number of street parking spots available near Cobblestone Restaurant. Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at Cobblestone Restaurant. Taste the greatness Cobblestone Restaurant is serving up with meals around $30. The restaurant is known for its showstopper brunch, but they also offer lunch and dinner.
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    7 S 6th St
    New Bedford, MA US

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