With Avenida Plaza restaurants opening up this week, of all different styles, Brasserie du Parc will bring a new, French option, to the public. Until after Super Bowl LIVE is taken down and moved away, the location will sit itself in the heart of the free Super Bowl activity space.
Chef Philippe Verpiand and wife Monica Bui are owners of the critically-acclaimed Etoile Cuisine et Bar, and Brasserie is their second concept that opened on Monday, January 30th.
Guests will be excited to learn that the fish they enjoy, may be caught by the chef himself, who fishes the Gulf of Mexico every Monday. The menu includes locally-sourced seasonal ingredients with an authentic line-up. There will also be an all-day crepe menu available through a walk-up window on the terrace overlooking Discovery Green. Etoile Beverage Director Kimberly Paul is in charge of the cocktails at Brasserie, with many specialty cocktails for guests to love.
The interior design was done by Chef Philippe's wife, Monica Bui. It includes chic, old-world French decor with industrial touches. The venue seats over 180 guests, with indoor and outdoor terrace seating. This is the couple's second restaurant, after breaking into the Houston culinary scene in 2012 with their first restaurant. Chef Philippe is known as one of the best French chefs in Houston, and has been recognized in France as well.
Brasserie du Parc is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 am - 11:00 pm. You can find out more by calling 832-879-2802 or visiting www.brasserieduparc.net.