Mon - Thu: 12PM - 9:45PM
"Classic to the core", this circa-1964 exemplar of "the way fine dining used to be" offers "true French haute cuisine" in a "calm" Sutton Place room overseen by "pampering" staffers under the watchful eye of owner Georges Briguet; its "old-money" following calls it "pure pleasure", the ooh-la-la tabs notwithstanding.
Le Perigord is located in Midtown Manhattan and serves American, European, French and Continental cuisine. Le Perigord accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Le Perigord does not offer delivery and does not offer takeout.Click to see map »
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