If the Discovery Channel ever wanted to record the rituals of downtown wildlife, this remote Afro-Euro bar-restaurant would be the place to do it. The ivory, brown and gold room is enhanced with pony skins, zebra-pattern ironwork and African masks. From framed wall photos, Picasso looks on at the lively, bohemian hang, which revels in its own artiness, echoed by the suave waitstaff. Although the menu claims French-African influences, the best items come straight from the bistro, like steak frites, dripping with juices and a side of aggressively seasoned fries. Don't leave without tasting a cocktail like the Jericuara (ginger, honey, rum, and lemon juice).
|Venue name:||Les Enfants Terribles (CLOSED)||Contact:|
37 Canal St
|Cross street:||at Ludlow St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–midnight|
|Transport:||Subway: F to East Broadway|
|Price:||Average main course: $15. AmEx|
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