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Midnight in Paris

Foreign Cinema is a true emprise of food exploration. Not only is this one of the most fascinating menus I have encountered, you actually get to watch a French Film while you dine. It is hard to believe that Gayle Pirie (Zuni Cafe) and John Clark (Chez Panisse) pair a menu with a French film each month.

You would swear you were back in 1930’s Paris. When FC opened in the late 90’s there was no mention of a restaurant inside the building. You just had to stumble upon it or hear through the culinary grapevine about it. For me the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence and the great cheeses throughout the menu truly make this a must dine while in the city.

The Foreign Cinema Courtyard

Foreign Cinema is also known for their Sunday Brunches. The only way I know how to describe the dishes for the brunch is to visually show you. Words cannot do it justice.

Not Like You Have Ever Had Eggs

Brown Sugar Glazed Bacon

Strawberry Pop Tarts

Indian Spiced Bloody Marys

If that doesn’t make you jump in your car and head to the airport, then nothing will. San Francisco shopping next.

C’est La Vie

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