Les Enfants de Bohéme

177 Henry Street
Rising rents forced Stéfan Jonot to close the notorious and beloved Les Enfants Terribles but he returns with Les Enfants de Bohéme, a friendly, casual French Bistro. Fresh, seasonal ingredients on a compact menu, that avoids exotic ingredients and o... more
Rising rents forced Stéfan Jonot to close the notorious and beloved Les Enfants Terribles but he returns with Les Enfants de Bohéme, a friendly, casual French Bistro. Fresh, seasonal ingredients on a compact menu, that avoids exotic ingredients and overwrought preparation. Instead perfectly prepared bistro fare, along with relaxing environment make it the place to go for relaxing coffee with paper in the afternoon, and for drinks and meal at night, and, perhaps, when it gets a little later, the return of Les Enfants Terribles!

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Info

177 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
(646) 476-4843
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Bistro

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Payment

Cash Only

Nearby Subway

  • to East Broadway

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