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Although French bistro Bouchon sounds like a romantic restaurant, the open dining room and free-flowing space might not be your best bet for a quiet dinner. Granted, there’s an unmistakable charm to the blue velvet banks and the matte-finish floors, and the French doors and fountains add an element of sophistication to your meal. But it all depends on the mood you’re trying to set. If you seek a quiet candlelight dinner with your loved one, Bouchon might not be the place for you. But if you enjoy the hustle and bustle of a French bistro, filled with traditional French food and without pretense, then we certainly think Bouchon will make for a more than romantic time.