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Ludo And Animal Guys Unleashing Ultra-Bistro Petit Trois

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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.

It's finally here. Months of anticipation, weeks of endless Instagram teasing, and a few last days of anxious salivation. The chef supergroup also known as Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo, with a solid drum beat by chef de cuisine Sydney Hunter III, is ready to unleash the most anticipated opening of the year. Petit Trois, the little sister adjacent to Trois Mec in one of LA's most unremarkable strip malls, will prepare some of the best executed French bistro fare, with some American inflections opening tomorrow, July 24. Take a gander and get hungry.

Here's what to know about Petit Trois:

1) The bistro will have a full liquor license when it opens, which might make this one of the smallest of this kind in the city.

2) Ludo Lefebvre is preparing a classic bistro menu of things like beef tartare, roasted chicken, and burgundy escargot, though the final menu hasn't been released.

3) There's only bar seating - no tables. Enough seats for 21.

4) No reservations. No cash. Credit cards are only accepted.

5) Hours will run 12:30 p.m. to midnight, Monday to Friday. Dinner service commences at 5:30 p.m. Weekend service will come after a few months but until then, weekdays only.

6) Lunch is comprised of mostly sandwiches, such as pan bagnat, until they run out.

7) No tips, just an 18% service charge.

8) A short cocktail list of 10 or so classics, plus wine and beer.
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