This charming French restaurant has a killer atmosphere: imagine candles, exposed stone, and wood details. They do a delicious brunch menu that includes a couple crepe plates that steal the show. You can also try the "Bohemian Menu," which is a pre-fixed, three course menu offered on Tuesdays that will only set you back thirty dollars.
Warm, candlelit, and unassuming, Bleu Bohème fosters intimacy with shareables, such as moules frites prepared seven different ways, charcuterie and fromage boards, and nearly 30 wines served au pichet. Homey classics dominate the entree list, further elevated by carefully crafted sides; Coquilles St. Jacques, luxurious on its own, includes large, dry-packed sea scallops flanked by saffron lobster risotto, Portuguese linguiça, English peas, and fennel, while Confit de Canard perches a glazed Hudson Valley Muscovy duck leg confit on creamy goat cheese polenta, baby kale, olive relish, and green sauce. Ask about their secret cocktail menu, which features rotating craft cocktails and other specially priced wines and beers.