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Brunching At Le Bilboquet

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Dangling below a beautiful Matisse at le Bilboquet, you will find immaculate starched tablecloths, doting waiters and plates of foie gras terrine, apple tarte tatin and this crazy good Cajun chicken dish. A true French masterpiece posing as a restaurant..

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Georgie By Curtis Stone, Up On Knox, and Le Bilboquet Make Knox District a Valentine’s Day Date Destination

Courseau Concepts, which manages Knox dining destinations Georgie By Curtis StoneThe Butcher Shop,Up On Knox, and Le Bilboquet spread the love with special Valentine’s Day menus for customers to share with that special someone on Saturday, February 13th and Sunday, February 14th. The restaurant group will also feature festive Valentine’s Day décor creating a memorable Valentine’s dining experience any love bird will enjoy and to welcome in dining patrons.

These are all next level restaurants that will ensure a most romantic evening, with elevated cuisine and service, and all on Knox or close. Make those reservations now!

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Georgie by Curtis Stone and Up On Knox Reopen for Full Service on September 1

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The Knox District dining destinations, Georgie by Curtis Stone and Up On Knox, are transitioning from curbside/takeaway, to full service dining room operations. Following Governor Abbott’s mandates on capacity and health protocols, Courseau Concepts announced that both restaurants will fully reopen on Tuesday, September 1, alongside their sister restaurants Le Bilboquet and The Georgie Butcher Shop.

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Le Bilboquet is a Moving Feast

DSC08423by Steven Doyle

Nostalgic is the proper word to describe Le Bilboquet, the French bouchon on Travis near Knox in Dallas. Here you will find only the classics from a beautiful endive salad, escargot to plenty of foie to keep the heart palpitating in the right direction. Le Bilboquet is somewhat displaced from an era gone but never forgotten.

The restaurant may be a throwback to a time in France where expats sipped espresso or a Chambery Cassis, dined on tournedos and slathers of foie terrine and toast. You may find all these at the Dallas le Bilboquet and so much more, all executed in a dreamy sequence that defies time. This is a good thing.

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