Food For Thought — December 31, 2015 at 12:20 pm

Dominique Bistro: French Fare in the West Village


A new French cafe opened its door in November 2015, bringing the class and elegance of Parisian culture to New York City’s West Village. Dominique Bistro, helmed by chef Dominick Pepe serves up classic French dishes, as well as authentic countryside favorites.


The perfect, cozy spot to snuggle up and dine at during the winter, the bistro exudes all the charm and sophistication of dining in Paris. Similarly, you’ll find all of the fixings on the menu, from croque madame and mussels to hachis parmentier and chateaubriand. Their croque monsieur was delicious — smothered in gruyere cheese and prosciutto cotto, sandwiched in-between thick bread, it’s enough to fill you up. But save room for the mains, because both the beef bourguignon and the bouillabaisse were winners.


Cocktails and dessert go hand in hand, and lucky for us, they are equally appetizing. The Pepper Nightingale cocktail, made with kiwi infused dagingo, pineapple whipped whites and honzo pressed matcha tea, was refreshing and inspiring, while both the chocolate mousse and creme brûlée gave us visions of sugarplums dancing in our heads.

If you find yourselves roaming the streets of the village, pop on in to Dominique Bistro and warm up with some of their hearty French fare.

Twisted Talk: What’s your favorite French restaurant in NYC? Have you been to Dominique Bistro? Discuss below!

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