June BYOB is a tiny French restaurant on East Passyunk with about 10 tables, most of which are two-tops. The menu is pretty short and split up between appetizers - like seared scallops in a grapefruit vinaigrette - and bigger plates like a roasted cod and a $42 trio of duck. Come here when you have something important to celebrate, and make sure you pick up a bottle of wine at The Bottle Shop before dinner.
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