Citysearch Editorial Review.
New owners have dusted off a familiar name at this North Miami Beach locale on the Intracoastal, trading in Mediterranean eats and complimentary limoncellos for a mostly French affair. An elegant wraparound bar perches over the casual yet European dining room, where table runners serve as tablecloths under an array of hanging lamps and bulb fixtures. Patrons stick to Parisian standard starters including escargot, tuna tartare, ratatouille and caramelized onion soup before moving on to main courses of racks of lamb, orange duck and sea bass in parchment. It's family friendly yet romantic, like a tour bus through Champs-Elysees.