It was once famously claimed that the best way to fall in love with cooking was to go to France and simply eat. Whether you’re looking to fall head over heals with food, or just eat an incredible meal, the French restaurants of Pennsylvania are second to none and ready to please. Grab our list and a partner and get ready to eat your way through the best French restaurants in the Keystone State!
Strictly French, from arrival to adieu! Paris 66 is a celebration of the very essence of France, moving far beyond simple sustenance and extending to atmosphere and interaction. A picture perfect lunch menu, replete with soup, salad, quiches, and crepes, perfectly matched with a dinner menu of meats and mussels. Still craving more? Paris 66 serves up one of the best Sunday Brunches in the ‘Burgh.
The flavors of France, prepared with fresh, local ingredients for a culinary experience like no other. This modern take on French cooking, named after the French word for “lemongrass,” draws on global tastes to enhance an already special menu. BYOB and cute-as-can-be, Citronnelle is a must-eat in the Keystone State, even if it means a bit of a drive to Lancaster.
Seasonally influenced, Townsend is a decadent eating experience in Passyunk, perfect for aspiring oenophiles who appreciate a strong wine pairing. Delicacies like Rabbit Pot-Au-Feu and sweetbreads grace a brief but brilliant menu, ideal for French purists looking for a taste—and sip—of Paris.
Billed as a “bar-centric restaurant,” Rubicon is a seriously fun way to inject some excitement into your week. A careful combination of local and imported ingredients, this Harrisburg hotspot boasts incredible meals, as well as the very best Champagne and Oyster Happy Hour around. Visit the City of Lights without ever leaving the capital with Rubicon!
Authentically French with a menu that spans the simple to the sublime. Whether you’re looking for an involved meal, or a late night cocktail and small plate, Slate Bleu is a rave-worthy opportunity in Doylestown.