French bistro in the heart of Times Square's Theater District
Pergola Des Artistes is a small family-run French restaurant modeled on the bistros you'd find in the French Pyrenees.
If you're looking for good food at a reasonable price, Pergola is for you. If you want haute cuisine, you won't find it here. Many of the recipes were brought over from small villages in France.
Established in 1963, the decor is still simple and reflects Marie & Jacques' vision of what small French restaurants looked like in their home town of Cominac.
Christian, Marie and Jacques' son, now runs the restaurant. The restaurant has always been a place where tourists, locals and the theater crowd can get a good meal and be out in time for a show.
“One of a Kind - French Cuisine in Manhattan”
Reviewed January 21, 2014
No, seriously. This is authentic French cuisine, reasonable pricing, fun with theatre people, and quaint in Manhattan. It really doesn't get better for original and tastefully prepared and served dinner, in Manhattan, at a reasonable price point!
I'm an actor who's had just about everything to eat in MIdtown. Let me tell you this food is REAL FRENCH food. The owner takes pride in his work, I mean he should, he's be in business for years and years and years so he told me on my visit there...
You want to dine at a place where you are treated like a guest. I felt like I was in his home, I was treated like a valued guest. His customer service is a breathe of fresh air.
~French Onion Soup
~Goat Cheese Tart
This place is amazing! The food is healthy and wonderful, fresh vegetables and dressings on top of wonderfully cooked meats. This is my new favorite restaurant on seamless. To top it off, the owner delivered it himself. Highly recommend the lox entree and the steak sandwich.