Sometimes, when you work tirelessly toward a goal for a long, long time, the moment when you actually accomplish it doesn't really even seem real, e.g., that fateful Saturday you finally completed a theme park that caters to visitors of all nausea tolerance levels in RollerCoaster Tycoon, though they must all be this tall. For a restaurant that took almost as long to come to fruition, check Passion Cafe
From a couple of Frenchmen -- one a cook, one a contractor -- PC's a big, brick, bi-level Bistro that's been three years of permits/gutting/construction in the making that'll serve classic Parisian-style breakfast/lunch/dinner on a stretch of Sixth that's highly trafficked but has ample shopping cart parking. The space feels comfortably lived in, sporting the building's original wood floors, a long marble bar that wraps the open kitchen, walls of exposed brick n' vaulted ceilings, an ornate entryway made from an old hotel elevator, and a sun-drenched roof deck with trellises covered in vines -- think Poison Ivy's greenhouse from Batman & Robin...but less Batman and Robin. In the morning there'll be coffee drinks, pastries, and such, while lunch and dinner'll consist of heartier fare like sweet/savory tarts, beef bourguignon, and croque madames/monsieurs, which're considerably less salty than the ones at nearby Aunt Charlie's
Throughout the day, a limited menu'll be served out of a sizable, Sixth-facing to-go window, which, if things go well, may be open into the wee hours, which won't matter, 'cause you just completed scenario 21 and unlocked Mega Park, so your nights are BOOKED.