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This boutique hotel in the Financial District boasts a Parisian-style brasserie called Gaspar, an elegant eatery with leather, dark wood, and low ceilings. Classic French cooking techniques meet California flair on nearly every dish, which are expensive but worth the price tag. You’ll want to have a full three-course meal – start with a generous helping of mussels, savor the duck confit or seasonal seafood entrees, then try not to rush your way through the moelleux au chocolat. For a less expensive taste of France, enjoy $1 oysters during happy hour from 4 to 7 pm.

This boutique hotel in the Financial District boasts a Parisian-style brasserie called Gaspar, an elegant eatery with leather, dark wood, and low ceilings. Classic French cooking techniques meet California flair on nearly every dish, which are expensive but worth the price tag. You’ll want to have a full three-course meal – start with a generous helping of mussels, savor the duck confit or seasonal seafood entrees, then try not to rush your way through the moelleux au chocolat. For a less expensive taste of France, enjoy $1 oysters during happy hour from 4 to 7 pm.