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Frenchette’s Confident Takes on Timeworn Classics Brim With Creativity, Finesse
The menu is filled with carefully rendered dishes drawn from the old French canon, which others might consider too quirky, expensive, or laborious.
Frenchette’s Brouillade With Escargots Is a Seriously Luxurious Plate of Eggs
Each order requires nearly 15 minutes of vigorous, nonstop stirring, creating a curd so soft and silky it resembles polenta.
Benoit’s New Chef Is Risking Her Career to Make NYC Bistros More Ambitious
Laetitia Rouabah is now in charge of Alain Ducasse’s flagship bistro.
Walter Manzke Will Leave Church & State; Anisette’s Joshua Smith Taking Over
Downtown’s hottest bistro will keep the same menu as their chef looks for his own space.
Le Ka’ and Primo Bistro Planned Downtown
Tony Rivera and Michael Kwan are branching out with new concepts.
What to Eat at Delphine, Open Thursday at The W Hotel Hollywood
Eggs dominate a global-inspired French bistro.
What to Eat at Four Daughters Kitchen, Open Monday in Manhattan Beach
A casual bistro is set to open under Clint Clausen.
What to Eat at Maison Maurice, Open (Again) Tonight in Beverly Hills
A new French bistro lands in Beverly Hills to give Thomas Keller a run for his money.
What to Eat at Bistro Bordeaux, Now Open in Evanston
It’s strictly bistro at the new restaurant from a One Sixtyblue vet.
Michael Ruiz Sticks A Fork In Montrose
A new casual bistro debuts in Northeast L.A.
Back of the House
Interview: Bouchon’s Chef de Cuisine Rory Herrmann Returns Home
Chef de cuisine Rory Herrmann explains who and what is coming to Bouchon Beverly Hills, via New York and Yountville.
Reservations Now Being Taken at Bouchon
You can now make a reservation for L.A.’s biggest restaurant opening of the year.
Founder of The Bistro Dies
Famous Beverly Hills restaurant owner dies at age 83.
Has New York Said ‘Au Revoir’ to All That French Cuisine?
A discussion with the author of a new book about the decline of French cuisine.
Separated at Birth
Gaslight of Boston: Most Audacious Wannabistro of All Time?
The menus, the website, the interior design — shameless!
Balthazar’s Bathroom Attendants Get Canned
Now you’ll finally be able to pee in peace.
Cheese Cave Opens Underneath Jacques
The Nolita lounge formerly known as Gibraltar will now be an Algerian fondue spot.
Port Authority Gets More Bowling Lanes and Tuna Lollipops
Hollywood’s Lucky Strike Lanes opens later this month, and Leisure Time Bowl adds a restaurant.
Andrea Strong Hates Her Neighborhood Bistro
Bar Tabac is a “rude, self-important, obnoxious cave (with al fresco seating) for French ex-pats and ubiquitous hipsters in the Brooklyn area.”