It is brought to U by The Group, which also runs the Omakase Room and Olio é Piu.
Located at the intersection of Christopher and Gay Streets, Petite Boucherie has taken over the space previously occupied by Dominique Bistro continuing the quintessentially French theme. It’s much the same as its sister restaurants albeit a bit smaller and cozy.
An intimate window-laden, corner restaurant serves French classics pared with curated wine offerings, and it is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch. Petite Boucherie is inspired by the elegance of Parisian Belle Époque, and with a hand-crafted menu of timeless dishes, the intimate bistro serves as a community hub for engaging conversation.
The menu is a showcase of French classics: from foie gras mousse to escargots and onion soup, as well as steak frites, a bistro burger with aged gruyere, and confit duck leg. U certainly won’t struggle to indulge Ur Francophile at this restaurant.
A leisurely lunch
French classics with daily changing specials such as roasted lobster, duck cassoulet, bouillabaisse, and coq au vin.
French wines and cocktails, including a Spritz with Lillet rosé and grapefruit.