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Adam Fleischman and David Féau Drop Temporary French Bistro Coin de Rue in Beverly Hills

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The former Royce chef returns to his roots all month long.

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Red Medicine
Red Medicine
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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Adam Fleischman just won’t quit. The unstoppable name behind Umami, 800 Degrees and the ever-blossoming AdVantage Restaurant Partners, Fleischman is constantly churning out new projects (even as old ones die off).

His latest debut is a collaboration with French chef David Féau (The Royce), wherein the duo will be putting together a pop-up in the old Red Medicine space, which was itself a Fleischman joint. As detailed by LA Mag, the temporary eatery will run from February 12 through the end of the month, but only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

Titled Coin de Rue (Street Corner, in French), the plan is to drop French bistro dishes by way of a four course tasting menu, all for $55. Smaller one off dishes will also be available as additions to the fixed menu.

Remember that the place is still slated to become The Flats by Kyle Schutte, who did put some time in as chef of AdVantage's Roadhouse LA on Melrose.

Take a look at the full menu below, then jump on reservations by calling 310-943-9650.

Coin de Rue Menu

Red Medicine

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