15 "French" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Laurel is a tasting menu spot in East Passyunk that’s perfect for celebrating something big.
Southwark is a bar and restaurant in Queen Village that’s basically a 3-in-1, with a cocktail bar, a dressy dining room, and a casual back patio.
Townsend is a little French place in Rittenhouse that’s perfect for a fourth or 15th date.
Cafe La Maude in NoLibs serves Lebanese and French food and has a very popular weekend brunch.
There’s no better place to sit outside and eat French food around Rittenhouse Square than Parc.
The Good King Tavern in Bella Vista serves French pub food that’s way better than what you’ll find at your average neighborhood tavern.
The only reason you should come to Gabi on North Broad is for their incredible burger.
Bistrot La Minette is a datey French restaurant in Queen Village with good Happy Hour specials.
Le Caveau is a small natural wine bar above The Good King Tavern in Queen Village.
June BYOB is a tiny French spot on East Passyunk that’s good for a date night.
Bibou is a French, tasting menu-only BYOB in South Philly that’s expensive but good for an important date night.
Forsythia is a small plates spot in Old City that looks like a French garden and has a long list of natural wines.
Jean-Georges is an expensive French restaurant on the top floor of the Comcast tower with panoramic views of the city.
Le Club Avenue in Long Branch is a good spot to come for a French-inspired brunch on the water, or to party at when it turns into a club at night.