The name, which is French for "grapefruit," was chosen on a whim by the late singer—and restaurant regular—Bobby Darin. The dominant color at this old-school restaurant notable for its kitschy pink-glowing sign is burgundy, orchestral music is played over the stereo system, and the food is classic French. An elaborate crudite basket sets the tone for the good things to come. Specialties include roast duckling with cranberry and Chambord sauce and grilled wild salmon
with Champagne sauce; a five-course prix fixe menu is available for $56.