Cuisine: European, French
Café Marie-Jeanne is casual, friendly and a real find for French food fans. Choose table service or, a nice option if dining alone, is the front counter where you can dine and gaze out the... Read More
Café Marie-Jeanne is casual, friendly and a real find for French food fans. Choose table service or, a nice option if dining alone, is the front counter where you can dine and gaze out the window. The breakfast/brunch menu lists extensive morning sandwich combinations or go with a dill and sour cream dotted trout omelette or uni scramble. Locals love caviar toast laden with crème fraiche and salty caviar and sandwiches, like the prosciutto, fig and Taleggio, are impressive round the clock. You can't go wrong with any of the seasonally inspired specials (curry fried smelt ) and classics like steak tartare, seared foie gras and duck frites. Adventurous eaters can mull over calf brains, escargot tart and roasted mackerel. It's not unusual for diners to regret eating so much of their starters, bread and entrees because they must pass on the exquisite desserts and pastries.
- French: "Join happy hour weekdays from 3 p.m.to 6 p.m. Cafe Marie-Jeanne also serves breakfast and brunch."
- Best for French Because: Grab a coffee and baguette in the morning and impressive classic as well as contemporary Gallic fare throughout the day and night.