- Bistro 61 resembles the several other French bistros all over New York City, adorned as it is with large mirrors, sparkling chandeliers and framed old French posters that are hung on exposed brick walls. But what sets it apart is its delectable food. Bistro 61 has a fairly large menu that also includes a children's menu and various prix-fix options. Entrées even feature Italian pastas, along with typically French fare like Escargots Bourguignon En Persillade and Le Steak Frites. The restaurant serves up variations of Moules (mussels) everyday. In fact, it enthusiastically promotes its mussels by offering its patrons unlimited quantities of this delicacy for a fixed price every Tuesday.
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