Le Café St.-Malo
Le Café St.-Malo, a French bistro with a simple blue-and-white painted exterior, inhabits the ground floor of a gray brick building built in 1850. The 40-seat dining room is made warm and welcoming by exposed brick walls, low painted ceilings, and a fireplace. Rustic, authentic (and affordable) French classics fill the menu, such as mussels, steak frites, cassoulet, boudin noir (blood sausage), and onion soup. The wine list includes mostly French varietals, and the desserts—especially the gâteau chocolat—are not to be missed.