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618 S. Broadway (6th St.) Send to Phone
A sprawling restaurant in the Broadway Theater District, Les Noces du Figaro offers familiar French bistro classics.

Breakfast & Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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: The sibling of Figaro Bistrot in Los Feliz, this sprawling restaurant and event space is ensconced in an historic building in Broadway’s gentrifying Theater District. On one side of the place a pâtisserie showcases fresh-baked viennoiseries, pastries and macarons, while a more laid-back dining room lies on the other. Candlelit wood tables, a long marble bar and paintings of Parisian street scenes are suggestive of a 1930s Montparnasse brasserie, and a mezzanine level with gilded wrought-iron railing accommodates private parties. Begin with a generously portioned charcuterie plate, escargots or a pastry-topped French onion soup before moving on to bistro classics like entrecôte au poivre with pommes frites, beef bourguignon, or roasted duck with a fig cream sauce. Wash it down with a bottle of Côtes du Rhône from a reasonably priced list and finish with crème brûlée, chocolate soufflé or éclair. Breakfasts, featuring crêpes, quiches and tartines, are very satisfying.
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