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Rue Franklin

716-852-4416  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 341 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202
CUISINE: Contemporary, Fine Dining, French, Prix Fixe
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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Boasting the look and feel of an intimate Parisian café, Buffalo’s premier French eatery, Rue Franklin, has garnered high praise from the likes of Esquire magazine and The New York Times. Located in a converted row house, Rue Franklin was perhaps the city’s first restaurant to offer seasonal menus. If you’re willing to try Rue Franklin midweek, you can dine in style for less with the three-course, prix fixe menu offered Tue–Thu.

"Starters might include a Provençal vegetable terrine served with basil oil or duck foie gras torchon accompanied by Sauternes gelée, leek salad and toasted brioche. Entrées range from sole paupiettes with sea scallop sausage served in a light and flavorful tomato cream with white beans and thyme to Arctic char served in an orange-pernod sauce with angel hair cake and bok choy."
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Full bar. Serving dinner Tue–Sat. Closed Sun–Mon.

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DESCRIPTION

Boasting the look and feel of an intimate Parisian café, Buffalo’s premier French eatery, Rue Franklin, has garnered high praise from the likes of Esquire magazine and The New York Times. Located in a converted row house, Rue Franklin was perhaps the city’s first restaurant to offer seasonal menus. If you’re willing to try Rue Franklin midweek, you can dine in style for less with the three-course, prix fixe menu offered Tue–Thu.

 
"Starters might include a Provençal vegetable terrine served with basil oil or duck foie gras torchon accompanied by Sauternes gelée, leek salad and toasted brioche. Entrées range from sole paupiettes with sea scallop sausage served in a light and flavorful tomato cream with white beans and thyme to Arctic char served in an orange-pernod sauce with angel hair cake and bok choy."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner Tue–Sat. Closed Sun–Mon.

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