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French Louie

Restaurants, French Boerum Hill
5 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
 (Photograph: Virginia Rollison)
Photograph: Virginia RollisonSmoked sardines at French Louie
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonFlounder grenobloise at French Louie
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Photograph: Virginia RollisonFoie-gras-and-country-ham at French Louie
 (Photograph: Virginia Rollison)
Photograph: Virginia RollisonFrench Louie
 (Photograph: Virginia Rollison)
Photograph: Virginia RollisonFrench Louie

Time Out says

Buttermilk Channel, that Beyoncé-baiting farm-to-table restaurant, is unabashedly taken with New York, from the Caputo's pasta tossed with chestnut ragout right down to its name (referring to the strait between Brooklyn and Governors Island). For their follow-up venture, owner Doug Crowell and chef Ryan Angulo look beyond the Empire State to locales slightly more exotic: Francophilic enclaves like New Orleans and Montreal. Named after Ottawan folk hero Louis Seymour, this French-inspired bistro dishes out smoked sardines with dulse-butter rye toast, foie gras–and-country-ham terrine and flounder grenobloise (in brown-butter–caper sauce). Find French and American wines in the 50-seat spot—furbished with a brass-backed mahogany bar, marble tables and brown banquettes—as well as classic cocktails from drinks man Tim Miner (the Long Island Bar, the JakeWalk).



Address: 320 Atlantic Ave
Cross street: between Hoyt and Smith Sts
Transport: Subway: A, C, G to Hoyt–Schermerhorn
Price: Average main course: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Daily 5–11pm
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5 out of 5 stars