Having a craving for some classic French food? Like, foie gras, quail, or crepes? South Beach has got you covered. South Beach is home to a variety of restaurants showcasing the best foods from cultures around the world. Although the area may be known for more Mexican or Latin style cuisine, you’d be surprised at how many French restaurants reside in the area. Below, we’re sharing just a few of the many places you can enjoy a nice French dinner or dessert. Bon appétit!
A La Folie | 516 Espanola Way
This casual French bistro is run by a Parisian and offers coffee, crepes, and light fare. There is also sidewalk seating. Here are some other offerings on the menu: nicoise salad, salade de chevre, escargots, pork medallions, plateau de fromages, croquet-monsieur, briard, crème brulee, tartine, croissant, and much more. Prices range from $2.50 to $33.
Otentic Restaurant | 538 Washington Street
This authentic French restaurant serves up homemade, fresh quality food that is on par with what someone would get in France. Some menu items include: country duck terine, quiche Lorraine, charcuterie platter, Parisienne crepe, Provence salad, gratin dauphinoise, and the Otentic farmer steak.
Other French cuisine in the area:
L’Edito Resturant | 5700 Collins Avenue
La Provence 41st Street | 44 W 41st Street
Villa Azur | 309 23rd Street
La Sandwicherie | 229 14th Street
La Provence South Beach | 1629 Collins Ave
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Stuffed yourself silly with one too many crepes? We don’t blame you! You probably just want to crash on a bed and have yourself a little food coma! The Cavalier Hotel is located in the heart of South Beach, and you can easily walk to and from any of the above places. To book your stay, click here, call 305-673-1199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.