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  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Full bar
Dubbed the “little brother” of Mizuna — the fine-dining restaurant that put Frank Bonanno on the map — French 75 is a casual French bistro that opened on the ground floor of a downtown office building in the summer of 2017. Not surprisingly, the place buzzes with working types at lunch and people meeting for business dinners in the evening, all drawn by the promise of simple classics such as rotisserie chicken with beurre fondue, sole meunière and profiteroles. Not all dishes are French: The French dip is a fan favorite at lunch, and an old-school Caesar salad, prepared tableside, wows at night.

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