Monsieur Marcel | Melrose/ Beverly/ Fairfax | European, French | Restaurant
Imagine one of a thousand small Parisian cafes or wine bars with sidewalk seating and classic plats du jour, then plunk it down in the southeast corner of the Farmers Market on Fairfax and Third, and you have an excellent idea of Monsieur Marcel, an establishment subtitled “Pain, Vin et Fromage.” (The modest restaurant is only one component in M. Marcel's small empire, which also includes a French gourmet shop and a grocery store.) Grab a stool in the bar area, or stake out the one communal table; or, for a more self-contained dining experience, plant yourself on one of the market's typical folding chairs at a wobbly table. An added bonus: Monsieur Marcel may employ the most charming French waiter in Los Angeles.

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Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express

Parking: Lot Available

Reservations: Accepted, Recommended

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