By October 12, 2017 Bistro No Comments

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 6pm-late

La Buvette is my favorite little wine bar in Paris. It’s the size of a shoebox, and every beautiful detail is meticulously curated by the incomparable Camille Fourmont. Behind her tiny standing bar, Camille runs an informal salon, welcoming roving natty wine lovers, industry locals, and international jet-setters. When in Paris, I visit the Queen of the 11th arrondissement almost daily for aperitif—to snack on her simply prepared tapas, sip on an unfamiliar wine, and gossip about the wine scene.

On Monday, she will bring La Buvette to Ordinaire. I happen to be in town as well, so I’ll be helping her out behind the bar.  We will serve La Buvette classics: burrata with raspberry powder, pickled eggs, chèvre with fresh fruit, and the famous terrine de foies de volaille (recreated by our own Kosuke). Come by and say hello. No reservations necessary. It will be great to see you all.