Redefining French dining with elegant style, charming ambiance, and exquisite dishes. A Victorian era-inspired dining room features ornate chandeliers hanging from lofty ceilings in a space permeated with the tantalizing aromas of French cuisine. The bar is a ready host for gatherings of all types; an arousing forum for culture, intellectualism, business, romance, and even mischief. The menu is both comforting and alluring, offering classic French dishes as well as opportunities for new, exciting culinary experiences. The attentive and knowledgeable staff delivers unmatched hospitality.
Le Privé626 10th Ave. (btw. 44th & 45th Sts.)
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The Best French Restaurants in Midtown West NYC
Pre- or post-theater, brunch or dinner, upscale or casual, French food fits any occasion. Indulge in a best-of-the-best tasting menu, grab some wine and escargots before a show, or enjoy a casual weekend brunch at one of these eight exceptional French restaurants in the Theatre District and Hell’s Kitchen.
7 Midtown Brunch Spots You Need to Try
You’re looking for a bite before your Sunday matinee. Or maybe you’re staying in Hell’s Kitchen and looking to refuel after a night out. In a crowded field of options, Midtown West has some outstanding options for your weekend brunch. Get your fix of eggs benedict, French toast, mimosas and more at the following restaurants in Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square.
Le Privé: French Dining in the Theater District
Now on 10th Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, it’s “French dining, redefined.” Come to the new bistro Le Privé for escargots, beignets, salad nicoise, and a range of other French dishes in the comfort of a red-ceilinged dining room decked with chandeliers.