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Café Chanson's country French cuisine fits Wisconsin tastes

7:14 AM, Jan. 11, 2013
Sébastien Amoruso, executive chef of Café Chanson, 201 James St., De Pere, prepares Mussels Mariniere at the restaurant .
Sébastien Amoruso, executive chef of Café Chanson, 201 James St., De Pere, prepares Mussels Mariniere at the restaurant .
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French cuisine is a culinary adventure not everyone is willing to take. According to Laura McInerney, General Manager of De Pere's Café Chanson, two false stereotypes keep people away from French food: small portions and unreasonable prices. But the mission of McInerney and her staff is to provide the opposite of all these stereotypes.

"We specialize in Country French cuisine, and that means hearty, satisfying comfort food," McInereny explains. "We also believe that food shouldn't cost an arm and a leg. We offer a unique eating experience at an affordable price."

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