Most people don't know that French cuisine is considered by UNESCO as an intangible heritage, meaning that it's something that needs to be preserved come hell or high water, come war or peace.
You know that it's true when you consider that most Western cooking schools base their curriculum on French cuisine. But if you're like most people, you're probably wondering what's on the menu when you say French cuisine.
It's composed of Hors d'œuvre like roque monsieur and French onion soup, Plat principal or main dish, Pâtisserie or pastries, and dessert. So, it's basically a full meal where you can get a full stomach when you're done. One of my favorite French places is Perch Los Angeles; read about this awesome eatery over at foodzhub.com!
Personally, I like everything French but have a soft spot for the baguette. While it accompanies every meal in France, I eat on its own to accompany coffee. Sometimes I spread cream cheese over it. It definitely does not taste like cream cheese bagel, but it has its won charm, at least for me.
Anyway, if you're wondering where you can take your date out, then you should go to an authentic French restaurant in your local area. If you live in a big city like Los Angeles or New York, you shouldn't have a problem finding one. Just go to Yelp.com or else do a local search on Google. Before making a reservation, however, make sure to read the reviews by different customers.