The moment we walked into Paris 66 we felt like we were transported to France (well, E1 and MM -whom you've met in previous posts) have been there, so they confirmed. To me, it felt like Paris in EPCOT, and that was good enough). We were greeted by baked goods and macaroons galore and the smell of fresh crepe batter filled the air.
The walls of the charming bistro are littered with Parisian trinkets and art. Even the chairs seemed French.
Here's a heads up: Paris 66 used to be BYOB. It's not anymore. But no matter, we were excited for French wine! We started with a nice Bordeaux. Not the best wine I've had, but it was Bordeaux. So I didn't whine about my wine.
|Chateau Cabo Bordeaux - $36|
|Escargot Bourguignon - $12|
|Crevettes Provencales - $19|
|Beef Wellington - part of PRW $30 pre-fixe|
|Herb Crusted Salmon Salad - $18|
|Roasted Beet Caprese - $14|
|Left to right: Rose, Pistachio and Salted Caramel Maracoons - $11.70/ half dozen|
Address: 6018 Penn Circle South in East Liberty
Reservations: Taken (over the phone or via OpenTable)
Monday - Thursday 11am-10pm
Friday + Saturday 11am-11pm
Sunday BRUNCH 10am-3pm
As you know, I'm forever and always a huge fan of any establishment that sources local ingredients. Paris 66 is one of them, and it makes me proud. The ambiance and general aura of this place is brilliant. I felt happy just sitting there. It was a completely perfect girls night and would make an even better romantic date night. The food was excellent as well. I've had crepes there months prior and they were also spot on. Both times I've visited Paris 66 I've been blown away. I can't wait to go back!
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