Classic quintessential French bistro La Goulue is a treasured New York institution, which re-opened in 2018 just four short blocks from the original location. As spirited as its namesake, La Goulue serves meticulously prepared French cuisine in a lively and welcoming bistro chic setting.
The Miami outpost (replacing Chez L’Epicier), decorated by owner Jean Denoyer, is a replica of the New York restaurant, down to the Majorelle chandeliers, pewter bar, oak paneling and brown banquettes. Expect to dine on traditional French fare with signature dishes including homemade foie gras terrine, cheese soufflé, and steak tartare. Check back for updates.