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Bistro du Midi prides itself on exquisite Provençal cuisine. Chef Robert Sisca is the culinary force behind the ingredient-driven menu that lends a contemporary spin to authentic flavors from southeastern France. Subject to season, produce is locally sourced. Start off with artisan cheeses and charcuterie, and raw servings of oysters and tuna tartare tartine. Let oenophile Olivier Flosse fix you with fine regional wine from the impressive glass-enclosed cellar. Overlooking the historic Boston Public Garden, this place is one of the best French restaurants in town.
Restaurateurs Seth and Sheri Woods bring a touch of France to South End in the form of this bistro-style restaurant. Decorated in warm shades of brown, Aquitaine boasts a top-notch wine list to accompany tantalizing menu selections, including cassoulet and a separate menu for each day of the week. Save room for dessert because the Banana Bread Pudding loaded with Caramel is a delicious treat that defies description.
Located in Boston's South End district, a neighborhood known for its working class population and industrial surroundings, is the Gaslight Brasserie du Coin. The brasserie strove to carve its niche in the always-growing list of South End French eateries. The wine list is impressive and accompanied by a knowledgeable staff who are ready to pick the perfect glass to complement a dish. The interior is full of deep colors and smiling faces, creating a happy atmosphere that may not be right for an intimate meal, but is perfect for a dinner with close friends.