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Although South Florida is certainly no bastion of French fare, a few places have found their way into the fray and made a name. In Hollywood, Bistro 1902 fills the franco void thanks to its owner, Paris-born Karim Laitaoui. Thanks to its location at the last corner of Hollywood Boulevard -- and thus, the name -- you'll find there is no long wait for a table, no tense negotiation with an uptight hostess. A menu of bistro-style classics encourages adventurous orders: frogs' legs, boeuf bourguignon, duck confit, foie gras, and escargots.