This year’s Philadelphia International Flower Show theme is “Springtime in Paris,” and there are few better restaurants to embrace your inner Francophile than Georges Perrier’s French classic, Le Bec-Fin (1523 Walnut St., 215.567.1000). A fine dining icon since 1970, Le Bec-Fin’s signature Louis XVI-style interior and European service turn any meal into a special occasion. Although he threatened retirement, chef Perrier instead turned the reins over to executive chef Nicholas Elmi, even sending him to Paris to work with three-Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy. Chef Perrier gives Elmi plenty of room to bring modern French dishes to the table, but he still tastes everything. And his signature dishes—like the swoon-worthy galette de crabe, a menu staple since 1975—will always withstand the test of time. For a casual French meal, try one of Philly's brasseries, including Parc (227 S. 18th St., 215.545.2262), Caribou Café (1126 Walnut St., 215.625.9535) and Bistrot La Minette (623 S. Sixth St., 215.925.8000).