Where to eat in NYC? Feeling French? Café Bilboquet is the place to go

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Café Bilboquet, a café ready to sell New Yorkers a France-like experience...

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Café Bilboquet, a café ready to sell New Yorkers a France-like experience, is open on the Upper East Side with a finalized menu. 

Walking into Café Bilboquet feels like walking into your favorite café on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. With the French décor, servers in traditional berets, and the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries, Café Bilboquet feels like the perfect French escape.  It specializes in unique, and more common, French sweets including breakfast pastries, fancier desserts, like éclairs, and ready-made paninis and salads, along with coffee, tea, beer, champagne and wine in an elegantly gilded setting with plush garnet banquettes and priceless artwork. Other offerings include brioche sandwiches, salads, and croque monsieur, which are true chef d'œuvres.

With a wide selection of French cuisine and custom French décor, there is no better Café than Café Bilboquet when looking to experience a little piece of France. 

Café Bilboquet /  26 E 60th St New York, NY 10022 / Use map below for directions.