New York City

Bar Breton


254 Fifth Ave.,
New York,
United States,

Owned by renowned chef Cyril Renaud, famous for his work at the now closed Fleur de Sel, Bar Breton is a casual French eatery in the Flatiron district. Inside, the dim restaurant is adorned with chalkboard menus and an unusual chandelier hung with colorful barware. The largely gluten-free menu features traditional French entrées, such as the white wine marinated duck breast, as well as a variety of galettes, buckwheat crepes from Renaud’s native Brittany. Brunch is especially popular here and offers a special selection of galettes, such as the Chelsea, made with chorizo, eggs over easy, and onion confit.