Located near the Theater District, this French steakhouse, which opened in the late ‘90s, is one of the most recognized kosher restaurants in New York. Le Marais, which translates to "marsh" or "swamp" in French, is a neighborhood in Paris by the Seine River that is home to a big Jewish community and a slew of artists. Artistry is, after all, necessary in the concoction of a French steakhouse menu that has to stay away from dairy products, pork, and shellfish. But you can still expect all the classics here, from coq au vin to a black pepper-crusted steak au poivre and a pretty good pan-roasted salmon. The ambiance is as steakhouse-y as it gets: think deep-colored woods, white linen cloths, and a truly exceptional staff.
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