Two Madison Valley restaurateurs invite you to celebrate French cuisine and culture.

On the morning of July 14, 1789, a large crowd of working-class Frenchmen converged on the most notorious prison in Paris to protest the oppression of monarchic rule. The storming of the Bastille directly preceded the French Revolution, and is seen today as one of the

Simmer down with this sultry stew that will keep you content all day long.

The Scoop: Luc is a French-American café owned by Thierry Rautureau, whose nickname — The Chef in the Hat — comes from his signature fedora. He is also known for blending traditional French cooking techniques with not-so traditional menu items. Luc offers a wide variety of mouthwatering French-American dishes that will satisfy your palate and beg you to reconsider your previous misconceptions of French cuisine.