Bonjour à la fifth-annual French Taste 2015. Today through November 5, 20 French bistros across Miami-Dade will offer $23 lunch and $39 dinner menus.
The participating restaurants, including Downtown Bistro, Bagatelle, Brasserie Central, and Brasserie Azur, crafted prix-fixe, three-course menus with a medley of their most popular and authentic dishes. The idea is to expose diners to French gastronomy using a variety of flavors, cooking techniques, and personal twists.
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Since the annual promotion began in 2010, she says overall feedback has been positive. "French people who know the food can discover new restaurants, and the ones who don't know French food can now discover it for a great price."
French Taste marks the first week of the eighth-annual French Weeks, which runs through November 12. Launched by the French-American Chamber of Commerce in Miami, French Weeks showcases more than 20 events, from cultural programs to social events, to fuse French and American cultures.
Soit prêt, or get ready, for enough escargots and crème brûlée to last a lifetime, or at least till next year's French Taste. For a full list of participating restaurants, visit frenchweeksmiami.com.
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