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430 Broome St. (Crosby St.) Send to Phone
Crisp salads, poulet rôti and steak frites co-mingle with couscous and tagines of savory meats with mint.

Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED L'Orange Bleue Restaurant Review

: Colorful café umbrellas strewn with rose petals fill the dining room of this festive restaurant, located on a quiet corner on the outskirts of SoHo. The menu pays homage to the multiculturalism of Marseilles, with plenty of North African dishes mixed in with the French. The food is as good as it needs to be, and includes a large selection of raw bar items, salads, grilled meats, poulet rôti, steak frites, fragrant tagines, couscous and a fish of the day. People come to eat and hang out (and to speak French and smoke Gauloises). In good weather, the outdoor café is a lovely place to linger. Monday nights are Moroccan Nights, when a belly dancer and her musical ensemble provide lively entertainment.
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