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Duck confit

Jonathan Boncek

Duck confit

Owner Hank Holliday and Chef Frank McMahon’s Market Street spot is positively Parisian. Named after McMahon’s wife, the brasserie is McMahon’s homage to growing up with a European chef father and working at Le Bernardin. At Gigi, McMahon cooks up traditional dishes like moules frites, steak tartare, and soupe d’onion gratinee — all available during both lunch and dinner. The sleek decor only adds to the French vibe with tiled floors, a huge Veuve-decorated bar, and chalkboards listing the menu up front. But the best part is the fact that this swank spot serves up brunch both days of the weekend. You can tuck into a heaping plate of beignets or brioche French toast either day you choose. —Kinsey Gidick Dish (Summer 2015)

Restaurant Details

Classic French fare with a raw bar, steak frites, and moules, served all day.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner
Price: $$$

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