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French Restaurants

The French sure know how to eat and drink, don't they? Luckily for folks who don't live in France, French food has made its way east and ended up in U.S. cities and towns big and small. As can be imagined, when you dine in French restaurants, you're likely to experience a variety of different menu options depending on what region of France is the primary focus. For example, French restaurants that serve classical French food are likely to have cream–based sauces decorating the menu, while haute French cuisine focuses more on elegance and presentation (which as a combo come at a cost, of course). Other French cuisine like Cuisine du Terroir, which means “food of the Earth” to French folk, is all about fresh, local ingredients and smaller portions.

Mostly, you're sure to find French restaurants near and far that offer vegetables ranging from potatoes to green beans, carrots to leeks, eggplant to zucchini. Mushrooms are locally grown in select areas of France and therefore can be found in a variety of French dishes. And how did we get this far without talking about the eggs, fresh fruit and meats? French cuisine and its multitude of dishes can include meats like chicken, turkey, duck, beef, pork, lamb, rabbit and snails, as well as several kinds of seafood and fish.

Popular menu items that continue to appear in French restaurants all over the world include baguettes, steak frites, cassoulet, duck confit, endives, éclairs, crepes, bouillabaisse, foie gras, quiche, ratatouille, flambee and so much more.

So are you hungry for French food yet and ready to dine at the best French restaurants in your area? If so, learn about the discounts we offer to New York Restaurants, Chicago Restaurants, Los Angeles Restaurants and so on. You can obtain $25 restaurant certificates for a mere $10!