Check Out the Parisian Bistro, Le Verre Volé, Popping Up in Williamsburg On September 13th and 14th

Le Verre Volé in Paris
Le Verre Volé in Paris

A bit of France is coming to New York this September in the form of Le Verre Volé, a Parisian Bistro that is a favorite of epicureans and wine connoisseurs. Owner Thomas Vicente is teaming up with the head of Williamsburg wine joint, the Four Horsemen, James Murphy to have a pop up in Brooklyn for two days.

We’re going to bring our skills with wine and food to Williamsburg, and we’ll even bring the music that we play here at the bistro.” The pop-up will be keeping in tune with La Verre Volé’s focus on local, seasonal ingredients, which is why Vicente explained that he can’t say for sure what’s going to be on the menu yet. However, he revealed that they’re going to be serving four to five small plates with things like crudo and shellfish, and then two main dishes, including fish and something classic French.

From September 13th to 14th if you're in the mood for high class wine or authentic French cuisine, be sure to check out the pop up.

Joshua Mu

Joshua Mu

Contributing Writer

When he is not attempting to hustle the hustlers of Central Park, Joshua enjoys exploring the depths of what New York has to offer. He one day hopes to pilot a drone without immediately crashing it.

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