It might not be one of Tribeca’s most envelope-pushing restaurants, but it’s inarguably one of its classics. It’s been open since the ‘80s, luring locals and uptowners alike for its fun bar scene and a reliable brasserie-style formula. You’ll find all the standbys, like moules frites, french onion soup, a chèvre salad. It’s loud and busy and a good option for weekend brunch with an extended group of friends.

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