Walk up the gangplank for an unforgettable meal aboard this authentic replica of a 17th-century Chinese junk. This isn’t any sort of tourist trap, either, though it does fill up fast for dinner—the food is high-quality, the service is superb, and the entertainment is classically Parisian. Besides being great for a romantic meal, La Dame will serve its purpose during future games of one-upmanship: who else can say they’ve savored a candlelit meal of wood-fired pizza during a sexy burlesque show, all while floating on the Seine? Be sure to call ahead to reserve a table.
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