L'Adour Restaurant Français
110 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

Phone: 315.475.7653
E-mail: info@ladour.com

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L'Adour Restaurant Français
110 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

(On the corner of Montgomery & Washington)

Phone: 315.475.7653
Fax: 315.471.9713

E-mail: info@ladour.com

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Breakfast / Brunch
Fri: 8am - 11am
Sat & Sun: 8am - 2pm

Mon - Fri: 11am - 2pm

Mon - Thurs: 5pm - 9pm
Fri - Sat: 5pm - 10pm



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our various menu options

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While in Europe, Prague to be exact, Yann Guigné and Alexia Falcone had a vision to bring a certain blend of the classic Parisian cuisine, the sophisticated and extraordinary regional wines, and the old world provincial charm of France back to Alexia’s home town.

Brought together by a shared culinary passion, Alexia, who had previously trained at Ferrandi, worked in Paris at the fashionable Fauchon with then chef saucier, Yann, who had himself arrived by working his way up through the traditional French culinary hierarchy in the prestigious Celebritées in the Nikko hotel, Le Grand Vefour, and La Tour D’Argent restaurants.

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This pedigreed pair went on together to hone their team in Prague, drawn by the entrepreneurial spirit and ex-patriot opportunity during the city’s burgeoning rebirth in the mid-to late 90’s.

In Prague, Yann was chef to the French ambassador and Alexia was head chef at the number 1 ranked restaurant Circle Line.

Their vision, L’Adour Restaurant Français, named after a river in Yann’s childhood village in France’s Pyrenees mountains, opened in July of 2001 in the newly remodeled and renovated Courier Building, downtown and across from City Hall, nestled in the heart of Alexia’s hometown of Syracuse, New York.The restaurant proudly hosts an imported and classically trained French wait staff. We welcome
you to come enjoy an authentic French experience!



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The L'Adour

Southwestern France

Flowing Northwest from the Pyranees, it traverses the scenic Campan valley, beyond Tarbes it feeds irrigation canals, most importantly the Canal d'Alarc. After a course of 208 mi (335 km), it empties into the Bay of Biscay below Bayonne.



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Wine Spectator
Award of Excellence

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Featured in AAA Publications
AAA Diamond Award


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list of our wine selection
from around the world!


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