Havre 77 is a French bistro, and a nice place to spend an afternoon or evening if you’re here for a while and considering a break from Mexican food. It’s great-looking inside (you’ll probably see some local fashion bloggers making use of the surroundings) and the classic French options like steak frites are nicely done. If you’re here for dinner, make a reservation afterwards to hit up Hanky Panky, a cool 1930s themed cocktail bar nearby.
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