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Nestled in the Rittenhouse Hotel, Lacroix exudes elegance. Voted as the 'Best Restaurant throughout United States' by Esquire Magazine, this restaurant is truly a delight. Select from carefully prepared 4-course menus for lunch and dinner or simply try out the Raw Bar Specialties and Roasted Monkfish Loin from the Sunday brunch menus. Pair these delicacies with special wine offerings. Don't forget to purchase the Lacroix Chocolate, which has been creatively prepared by Chef Fredrick Ortega. Choose between La Serre (private dining room), Lily's Cafe (semi-private) or the Chef's Table, (located in the restaurant's kitchen) for an unforgettable dining experience.
Casually charming The Good King Tavern offers diners a relaxed, lively environment to eat, mingle and generally have a good time. The family run tavern features a French brasserie inspired menu with classic dishes like pan bagnat, socca, steak and eggs, escargot and salad nicoise. With a nice selection of craft beers, house wines and cocktails, there are several options to accompany your meal. Whether you're stopping by for an evening out with friends or a week end brunch with the family, the atmosphere us lively and the ambiance is good for a leisurely, uninterrupted meal over a pichet of wine. For reservations, call the restaurant.
Bistrot La Minette is a French restaurant serving traditional French food with a monthly cuisine of a particular region in France. Due to its farm to table approach, the menu including the desserts change according to the seasons, giving a heightened flavor of the ingredients used. The restaurant has an inviting look to it with its French countryside and cities photo frames adorning the walls and cozy seating, the restaurant's goal is to bring nostalgia for those who have had an experience of traditional French bistrot dining and to make a memorable one for those who are new to it.
Bibou is a small, intimate, friendly and charming BYOB, serving rustic French cuisine. The menu is small with five appetizers, five entrees and daily specials. But its worth it. You can feel the love and labor gone into their making such as the 'Pieds de Porc' (pigs feet), escargots, game birds, roasted long marrow bones with chanterelles stuffing, Scottish partridge in Madeira sauce. and other traditional dishes. For those who are unadventurous there is hanger steak, trout and crab salad. The limelight is their Sunday ever changing seven course prix fixe menu which is for USD70. You will find a lot of regulars who savor the food and the personal touch given by the owner/chef and his wife. The restaurant is cash only.