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Boulevardier Opens in Bishop Arts District Today

The guys from Ava (Randall Copeland and Nathan Tate) and Veritas (Brooks and Bradley Anderson) have come up with a French bistro concept, Boulevardier, that’s soft opening tonight in the Bishop Arts District at 408 N. Bishop Avenue. Boasting an extensive wine list and dashing cocktails (like the Belle Femme), the menu (via Thrillist) is all rustic French favorites with a twist. Crawfish beignets, roasted bone marrow, and beef tongue pastrami are just a few of the brave offerings this neighborhood bistro is serving to a conservative Dallas crowd. Go big or go home, right? Boulevardier has certainly captured our attention.

12 comments on “Boulevardier Opens in Bishop Arts District Today

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  2. GREAT MENU, and from what I can tell the wine is half of typical restaurant markup.
    Very excited to check it out!

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  4. Souhaiter Boulovardier tout le succès il mérite et espère que Dallas répond avec à-propos comme ils ont fait à mon restaurant français il y a une douzaine d’ans. Bravo ! Elever un verre ! Pouvoir toutes vos douleurs sont Champagne !

    Wishing Boulovardier all the success it deserves and hope Dallas responds as enthusiastically as they did to my French restaurant a dozen years ago.
    Bravo! Raise a glass! May all your pains be Champagnes!

    Meilleures salutations


  5. Carol, just briefly also want to mention we have ‘not so brave’ offerings like French Onion Soup, Steak Frites, a Burger and a ‘Simple’ Chicken Dish. Menu has some really fun stuff, and also some more ‘everyday’ offerings.

  6. I see lamb neck and I see pork cheek. No chin? What about the chin, where is the chin.

  7. Tried this place last night. Love! You may say the menu looks like Cafe Toulouse, but there’s no comparison. I’ll take this over Lombardi anyday, they did it right. The only neg I noticed, the bread served w/the foie was a little wimpy. But everything else we had was wonderful…and we had a lot! So happy to have a place to drop in for bubbles and oysters or dessert and espresso. Can’t wait to try more, great addition to our little corner of Dallas.

  8. Stopped by the restaurant this week and had a great time. I love the atmosphere and the food was AWESOME!

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