Raoul’s

Raoul’s is a must-visit restaurant that is part of SoHo’s history. This French restaurant opened in 1975 and has become the ultimate New York bistro, welcoming movie stars and mere mortals with the same enthusiasm and fantastic food. If you go there, order their famous ‘Steak au Poivre’, which has been on the menu since the beginning.

Raoul’s

  • 180 Prince St, New York, NY 10012, United States

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