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If you want truly local, seasonal fare then look no further than Terroir Parisien. Chef Yanick Alleno’s spot is devoted to reviving French classics by using local ingredients, ensuring all dishes are as fresh as possible.
At Caillebotte you’ll get a marble tabletop at the bar, things doused in fancy sauces, and lots of smoked and steamed options (how 'bout oysters?). There’s even a family garden that supplies some of the vegetables on your plate, so you know your food is fresh.
Don't try to make a reservation (you can't), don't try to call (there's no phone number to call them), and don't ask for a menu (they don't have 'em). But what they do have is a Top Chef finalist chef and reasonably priced (and delicious) food.
This cafe with an Art-Deco design serves up classic French fare using only fresh ingredients and produce, and there is plenty of foie gras and charcuterie for your French fix.
It might not be the biggest resto/wine bar, but it's cozy and is great for dinner and a glass of vino (or just snag a bottle to go!).