Pizza Goes French on the Upper East Side

Our latest and greatest restaurant discovery is an adorable french bistro on 3rd Ave and 62nd St – Marche De Sud. There’s a great wine selection, the prices are very reasonable and the atmosphere is cozy- especially the back patio.

Their specialty is a Tart Flambée, which is essentially a french pizza on a very thin yeast-less dough. But what sets these tarts apart are the deliciously curated toppings. Who wouldn’t want duck confit with créme fraîche on top of a pizza??? Below are my three fav tarts:

La Campagnarde créme fraîche, duck confit, onions, lardons, potato and comtée cheese    $14

La Fruits De Mer lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, leeks, gruyére cheese and bouillabaisse béchamel    $17

La Marocaine homemade hummus, spicy harissa, merguez sausage, swiss cheese, lemon confit and cilantro    $14

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