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Petit Trois Plans to Serve Classic French Food and Wine

Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

A few tidbits on Petit Trois come out today on LA Weekly, namely that it will be a wine bar-type experience serving well-executed French cuisine with a focus on French wines. Nothing quite as revolutionary as the by-the-ticket and tasting menu service right next door, but nonetheless something that's not quite common in L.A. Ludo Lefebvre says in the piece that there's plenty of great Italian restaurants in the city, but a scarcity of French food.

Vinny Dotolo also confirmed that the space will also sport a full liquor license, which is curious because the slot in the strip mall was supposedly even smaller than Trois Mec. Regardless, Petit Trois will likely be a more approachable, casual counterpart to the more serious older brother next door. An opening date is still TBA, but the original estimate was early 2014.
·Details on Petit Trois: A French Wine Bar and More Next To Trois Mec [LAW]
·All Trois Mec Coverage [~ELA~]

Trois Mec

716 North Highland Avenue, , CA 90038 (323) 484-8588 Visit Website

Petit Trois

718 N Highland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038