Les Enfants de Bohème Expands with ‘Delice’ Cafe Around the Corner on Jefferson Street

Posted on: June 6th, 2016 at 9:23 am by
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Just under a year into operations at 177 Henry Street, Les Enfants de Bohème unveiled its new addition. Not long after the larger DOT-issued Street Seat returned for the summer season (first of its kind on the Lower East Side). The adjacent annex premiered a couple weeks ago, as expected.

Proprietor Stefan Jonot – who owned the original Les Enfants Terribles at Canal and Ludlow all those years ago – signed a lease on the adjacent Jefferson Street store (#18) early this year. The cafè functions as a fast-casual complement to the sit-down establishment, yet also allows for a larger kitchen. Les Enfants Delice, as it’s called, offers a wide variety of options, from soups and salads to baguette sandwiches (halves and wholes), crepes, and coffee. No alcohol served … yet.

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Prices are fair for the neighborhood, with nothing on the menu more than $10.

Les Enfants Delice is open 7:45am to 8:00pm daily.

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