Delightful French bistro. This was our second lunch visit and we loved it. The place was not busy (which concerned us a bit) but the experience and food were so lovely! And authentic. Even the coffee took us back to all the good stuff in France. Our waitress was delightful. We engaged her in conversation (which she had time for because she was not busy). Warm French rolls with unsalted butter. Great wine list (although we don't do wine at lunch). Atmosphere wonderful. French and jazz music played softly. European just suiting our tastes. In-house made salad dressing...again, very European. Not inexpensive, but certainly in line with what we would consider reasonable so close to NYC.
One suggestion. A woman was in the office writing checks (I think). She had to come out to the bar about six times to ask something of the owner. She was dressed in shorts, so each time she walked through the dining room she sort of disturbed the ambiance.
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