Restaurants, French Soho
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Antique ads, large glass doors that open onto the sidewalk and a pressed-tin ceiling afford a timeless backdrop to a scene you’ll recognize from numerous films. Unlike most long-standing restaurants, the food has actually improved over Félix’s 13-year tenure. You come here to eat steak frites—or at least that’s what you’ll see on almost every table. Choose among peppercorn, béarnaise or Roquefort sauces to dress a remarkably tender piece of meat, and locals will attest that the accompanying golden frites are among the best in town. Félix is most frenzied during weekend brunch, when patrons spill out the front door with cocktails in hand.


Venue name: Félix
Address: 340 West Broadway
New York
Cross street: at Grand St
Opening hours: Mon–Fri noon–11:30pm; Sat noon–midnight; Sun noon–10pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, 1 to Canal St
Price: Average main course: $19. AmEx
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Maria M

Your typical SoHo restaurant - nice, expensive, bistro-like restaurant with good food. Overall had a good experience, but I can't say this restaurant truly sticks out for me. The only thing that did stick out was the pitchers of mimosa - and that's because each pitcher cost $65 each... which seems like an absurd price to me. Make sure you're willing to cough up the money for an experience you can easily have elsewhere at a lower cost.