$90 | Serves two | Available November 12-21, 2020

Baguette Maison
Housemade Baguette, Cultured Butter

Soupe Gratinée à L’Oignon
French Onion Soup

Ris de Veau
Roasted Veal Sweetbreads

Purée de Topinambour
Sunchoke Purée

Tarte Tatin, Pommes, Crème Fraiche à la Vanille de Tahiti
Caramelized Apple Tart, Flaky Pastry Crust, Tahitian Vanilla Whipped Creme Fraiche




Vins de Vienne Cotes-Du-Rhone Les Cranilles 2016

All proceeds during November will go to the Assata's Daughter organization. 





Bread is available for pick-up at the window. Please call ahead to reserve a loaf.

Coq au Vin Kit ($24)

Bring home a french classic paired with Egg Noodles. Please note the noodles do require cooking. Price is per person.

Gâteau aux Fruits D’Automne, Glace au Chèvre ($12)

Apple Crème Fraiche Cake, Rum Raisins, Aged Gouda, Chèvre Ice Cream




Silent Night ($40)

A manhattan or old fashioned drinker delight. A full bodied cocktail with herbal undertones named after the French monks that took a vow of silence. Serves four.

Alaska Martini ($40)

A forgotten classic, this boozy citrusy martini highlights yellow chartreuse, one of chef’s favorite French spirits Serves four.

Le Rivoli ($25)

A bright and refreshing vodka cocktail, slightly anisette with dark pomegratnate undertones. A Parisian patio drink inspiration. Serves two.



Please note all bottles are priced for takeout only.


Chateau Laribotte Sauterne 2016 ($32)

Varietal: Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc. Light, fruity mouth with flavors of candied fruits and dry apricots. Serve as an aperitif, and with foie gras, white cheeses, and savory desserts.

Cordero di Montezemolo Barolo DOCG 2013 ($39)

Varietal: Nebbiolo. "Monfalletto". Very floral with dried strawberries, plums and light toffee. Smoke, too. Medium to full body, velvety tannins and a flavorful finish.  


Charles de Fere Cuvee Jean-Louis Blanc de Blancs ($18)

Bright and fruity on the nose, aromas typical of Chenin Blanc –apples, apricots and a hint of honey. The palate holds an explosion of fine bubbles followed by a smooth, fruity finish.

Taittinger Champagne N.V. ($65)

Smoke and toasted brioche, candied lemon zest and apple blossom notes in this firm, aperitif-style Champagne.


Studio by Miraval Rose 2018 ($23)

Varietal: Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle, Tibouren. Fleshy palate with notes of citrus and white flowers and a long finish with salinity.

Chateau D'Aqueria Tavel Rose 2019 ($30)

Varietal: Grenache. Vibrant salmon-coral in color; this wine is bone dry, full-bodied and full of fruit on the palate, with the lusciousness and depth that have made the wines of Tavel famous.

Dopff au Moulin Pinot Gris 2018 ($28)

Varietal: Pinot Gris. A rich, fruity nose is complemented by distinctive smoky notes, dried apricots, honey and gingerbread. This dry white is beautifully textured and balanced, with lively roundness and a long, harmonious finish.

Kilikanoon Kilmer Run Riesling 2019 ($28)

Varietal: Riesling. This South Australian wine shows mouth watering lime and citrus fruits burst across the palate with elements of orange, talc and a subtle minerality lying beneath. Crisp finish with a long tangy lime and citrus aftertaste.

Deux Roches Saint-Veran 2017 ($33)

Varietal: Chardonnay. Crisp and lively, this is a tight and mineral wine. Baked-apple fruitiness is balanced by bright acidity and a tangy aftertaste.

Thomas Labaille Sancerre 2019 ($37)

Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc. Unripe flavors of apple, grapefruit, lime with mineral notes.
Well balanced between acidity and flavor.

Joseph Drouhin Chablis 2018 ($40)

Varietal: Chardonnay. A dry and fruity wine. Its colour is pale gold with greenish hues. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus; small pleasant touches of fern or coriander are found as well. On the palate, dry and fruity, with mineral notes.


Vins de Vienne Cotes-Du-Rhone Les Cranilles 2016 ($21)

Varietal: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre. Fresh raspberry, boysenberry and pungent flowers on the fragrant nose. Finishes spicy and smooth, featuring gentle tannins.

Mommessin Morgon Cote du Py 2017 ($31)

Varietal: Gamay. Black fruits shine through, built up by bright acidity and structured tannins.

Tablas Creek Patelin de Tablas 2017 ($32)

Varietal: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre.Aromas of pine forest, blackberry, and dried herbs. The mouth is juicier than the nose suggests, with smoky blackberry, licorice root, crushed rock, and saddle leather, with chalky tannins and flavors of black cherry.

Chateau Musar Jeune 2018 ($34)

Varietal: Cinsault, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon. This Lebanese wine inhibits aromas of blueberries, dark red cherries with Mediterranean herbs, tobacco and spice. This is a warm and fruity wine with medium tannins and gentle acidity.

Justin Girardin Bourgogne Rouge 2017 ($37)

Varietal: Pinot Noir. Lovely aromas and flavors of black cherry flesh with accents of iron ore, spice, summer flowers and a touch of earth. Feels supple on the palate and finishes smooth and easy.

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Thursday-Saturday  |  6-9 p.m.

Takeout only

4229 North Lincoln Avenue