This is the last Monday of the winter of 2015.
Traditionally known as the unofficial beginning of French-leisure-sport season.
Don’t look that up.
Just pull up a chair at La Gauloise, one of those quintessential veal-wine-and-bar-games French spots, now open in Hudson Square.
What you’ve got here is what you picture when someone says the word “bistro.” The rows of small two-tops lining the walls. The humble varnished surroundings. A menu with circumflexes. But with the addition of a table full of small men on poles playing micro soccer.
What you’re in for is right below this:
Frog legs really clean up nice here.
The big news, though, is that they’ll soon open a grand outdoor space where there’ll be a pétanque (French bocce ball) brunch.
You remember outdoors, right?
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