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Taillevent

This be-all and end-all of French dining opened in 1946. It remains the gold standard. There are crispy foie gras bonbons, sweet-and-sour smoked eel and beets, coquilles Saint-Jacques meunières, and roasted Bresse chicken. And then there’s the epic wine collection. How could it be anything but divine? Specialties: Everything.

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