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Bagatelle L.A. opens today in West Hollywood

Terrine de foie gras 600

Bagatelle, a New York City-based French bistro, opens a new location on the West Coast today. Located in the former Boudoir space on North La Cienega Boulevard, Bagatelle L.A. features a French- Mediterranean menu from executive chef Scott Quinn, formerly of Bouchon. Signature dishes include poire pochee au vin rouge (red wine poached pear), tartare de thon (yellow fin tuna tartare), terrine de foie gras and poulet organic roti et truffe pour deux (truffle roasted chicken for two).

The 2,700-square-foot restaurant boasts a Paris-infused-with-the-South-of-France appeal, indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a music program featuring DJs on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The bistro is open for dinner every night.

775 North La Cienega, L.A., (310) 659-3900, bistrotbagatelle.com.

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Photo: Foie gras terrine. Credit: Ryan Forbes

 
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