"New Yorkers celebrate France's domination in World Cup Final" — Shaye Weaver, amNewYork (July 15, 2018)

"Adirondack Creamery Founder Hosts Ice Cream Social in Support of Syrian Refugees" — The Lo-Down (June 18, 2018)

"Chinatown Meets the Lower East Side: Where to Eat and Drink Around Secret NYC Nabe "Two Bridges" —  Merrill Lee Girardeau, CityGuideNY (April 2018)

"Field Trip: Two Bridges" — Editors, Tribeca Citizen (March 2018)

"Die 9 besten französischen Restaurants & Bars in New York" — Deborah Landshut, Vogue Germany (January 2018)  

LES Enfants namechecked in "What happened to REM, the house band for Generation X" — Will Hodgkinson, The Times London (November 2017)

"Guide to the Lower East Side" — Hilary Reinsberg, The Infatuation (July 2016)

"Streetview: Chinatown: Exploring the Neighborhood That's Equal Parts China and Big Apple" — Jade Moyano, Savoteur (July 2016)

"Local Owners Chart a New Course on Jefferson Street" — Lindsey Ellefseon, The Lo-Down (30 June 2016)

"Suivez les Matches de l'Euro 2016 Sur Governors Island" — Alexis Buisson, French Morning (16 June 2016)

"New York's Lower East Side: Feels Like Manhattan in the 1950s" — Lily Brett, The Australian (11 June 2016) 

"Now Open: Les Enfants Delice Takeaway Shop" — The Lo-Down (24 May 2016)

"Aux Enfants de Bohème—des bises et de la blanquette" — Jessica Gourdon, French Morning (16 January 2016)

"Travel Tip NYC: New York State of Mind" — Sophie-Marie Mueller, Harper's Bazaar Germany (24 December 2015)

"Jeanne Verdoux: Mural Art" — Peggy Roalf, DART (Design Arts Daily) (24 November 2015)

"Top 10 Late-Night Bites in the Lower East Side" —Austin Seidel, The Culture Trip (4 September 2015)

Restaurant Openings —Florence Fabricant, New York Times (15 July 2015)

"An Old Favorite Returns as Les Enfants de Bohème Opens on Henry Street" — Elie, Bowery Boogie (2 July 2015)

"Owner of Les Enfants Terribles Is Back, Baby! Check Out LES Enfants de Bohème" —Sam Gillespie, Bedford + Bowery (30 June 2015)

"Les Enfants de Bohème Makes Its Debut at 177 Henry St." —Ed Litvak, The Lo-Down (30 June 2015)