Venue Info

Known For

Burgers

You know you found Le Fil Rouge Cafe when you spot the Big Boy statue on the sidewalk. The kitschy decor continues when you step inside the space, which, in 2010, a French restaurateur transformed from an abandoned restaurant into an American-style eatery. It hits all (and we mean all) the American cliches, sporting an over-the-top diner feel complete with jukebox, and hits all the flavors with its tasty burgers. You'll want to order the B66 -- two steak patties, cheddar, bacon, and cocktail sauce with a heaping plate of fries.

Le Fil Rouge Cafe Paris

Le Fil Rouge Café

Le Fil Rouge Café

You know you found Le Fil Rouge Cafe when you spot the Big Boy statue on the sidewalk. The kitschy decor continues when you step inside the space, which, in 2010, a French restaurateur transformed from an abandoned restaurant into an American-style eatery. It hits all (and we mean all) the American cliches, sporting an over-the-top diner feel complete with jukebox, and hits all the flavors with its tasty burgers. You'll want to order the B66 -- two steak patties, cheddar, bacon, and cocktail sauce with a heaping plate of fries.