The original Le Jardin Bistro, was known for its welcoming and comfortable atmosphere accompanied by well-priced renditions of traditional dishes. It received a glowing review from The New York Times in 1995, recognized as serving “cuisine bourgeois that tastes as good as simple French food does on… a first trip to France.”
The new location of Le Jardin Bistro Draws inspiration from French tradition, with a menu that is devoted to the celebration of classic flavors.
Divided between two floors, the bistro boasts a stately and inviting oyster bar, dining room and small patio on the first floor. A busy open kitchen sets the tone for a lively second floor, made up of an additional dining room and namesake, candlelit “jardin” seating open year-round. With seating for 100, the space is fashioned with antique mirrors, vintage art and a wood burning fire place, embodying a casual sophistication.