Le Verre Volé has become a classic, albeit reluctantly. A bare bones room (a first time visitor might be surprised to learn that it was recently renovated) lined with shelves of natural wines, a tiny kitchen turning out simple dishes; this doesn’t immediately feel like the kind of place a person would cross town for. And yet, if you score a table here you’ll be elbow to elbow with people who have done just that and are happily tucking into octopus carpaccio or boudin noir and consuming no small amount of wine. Booking is imperative.
*Make Reservations ahead of time.
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