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Le Bilboquet, Very French Restaurant From Manhattan, to Open in Dallas


Francophiles rejoice! There’s a new Dallas restaurant you need to know about.

Le Bilboquet, the celebrated, frenchy French restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, is opening in the former L’Ancestral space at south of Knox Street in Dallas. Look for a fall opening.

In business for 27 years, the NY Le Bilobquet closed on New Years Day to relocate to a larger space this May. Apparently, they’re also in expansion mode. Billionaire Ronald Perelman and Eric Clapton are said to be investors in the New York Le Bilboquet.

Here’s what their menu looked like in NY. Even though the menu is solidly French, Jose raved on Zagat about their cajun chicken. It’s not hard to predict that Le Bilboquet will be Dallas’ best French restaurant.

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