Stephane's to Open This Summer in Boca Raton
Stephane's is opening this summer in Boca.
Restaurateur Stephane Lang-Willar is bringing his European brasserie restaurant concepts to Boca Raton this summer with Stephane's.
The combination brasserie/lounge will feature an almost mind-boggling host of specials, menus, and cocktail hours.
For instance, Monday is mussels day, when you can buy one pound of the shellfish and receive a second pound free. A twice-daily cocktail hour, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. and repeating from 10 p.m. to close, will feature well-priced bar bites like escargots ($6), oysters Rockefeller ($6), Champagne risotto ($5), and melted Brie en croute ($12), and a weekday prix-fixe lunch features a three-course menu for $19.90. There's also a weekend Champagne brunch complete with almost a dozen Champagne-based cocktails.
Lunch and dinner menus focus on French specialties like bouillabaisse
($27), steak frites ($22), and mussels served eight ways
($13 to $15 for a one-pound pot).
John Bellame, formerly of Cinco
Cantina and Umi Fishbar & Grill, has been tapped as executive chef,
and, even more exciting, Virginia Philip of Virginia Philip Wine Shop
& Academy in West Palm Beach is the restaurant's master sommelier.
Philip was named a semifinalist for a 2012 James Beard award under the
"outstanding wine and spirits professional" category.
Stephane's is scheduled to open this summer, though an exact date has not been set.
2006 NW Executive Center Circle
Boca Raton, FL
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