Brickell will (very) soon be home to L'Entrecote de Paris, a spot serving up steak-frites and only steak-frites. According to a press release, this is a "legendary" and traditional French dish "served with a 21-ingredient secret sauce" comprising of a steak and shoestring fries. General manager Gerard Herisson says we can expect the steaks to be "carefully sourced from high quality suppliers specializing in traditionally matured beef reared by farmers who care about their animals".
L'Entrecote will be a 203-seat (indoor/outdoor) eatery "modeled after the famous Café de Paris and inspired by the original chain in Geneva which first launched in 1931". Once they open (on September 5), they'll be offering their steaks and fries (for a fixed price of $19.90 for lunch and $26 for dinner) Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., till midnight on Friday and Saturday and 10 p.m. Sundays. Though the entrée will always be the same, the new French spot will offer a variety of different desserts like profiteroles and crème brulees; as well as numerous wine options and cocktails.
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