|Parisian artwork adorns the walls|
|started out with garlic-y escargot|
|chicken with morel sauce over bed of potatoes au gratin|
|their humorous closing time|
I've (technically) never been to France, but Café Beaujolais represents how I always imagined a French bistro: Edith Piaf singing in the background, very dim candle lighting, attractive waiters, and simple but good food. The mood at Beaujolais is significantly more romantic and slow than, say, Figaro Bistrot, but it's definitely something to experience, especially with a significant other. Otherwise, Beaujolais is perfect for a girls dinner out: the too-attractive-for-their-own-good, imported French waiters will woo you with their French and treat you like royalty (read: uncontrollably flirt and take photos with you).
1712 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041