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A Proper Parisian Rotisserie Restaurant Expands to Venice

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It’s the first U.S. location for the multi-outlet restaurant across the ocean

Mon Petit Poulet in Paris
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.

Expat Parisians will have a new place to explore soon in Venice, as a U.S. outlet of Mon Petit Poulet (my little chicken) lands along Lincoln Boulevard early in 2017.

The French chicken rotisserie brand currently enjoys four locations across Paris, but is making the jump to Venice for their latest iteration. Owners Godefroy Prenot and Michael Denoun have been hard at work on the strip mall address, formerly a Taco Love, and hope to have things ready to roll by early 2017, though no specific date is given yet.

Known for their slow-roasted chicken and sides plates, the easy-eating Mon Petit Poulet is a fast casual option in the framework of Fritzi in Downtown LA, or the recently flipped Status Kuo, which is now doing big business as a as a casual Taiwanese shared places idea called Little Fatty.

The move to that stretch of Lincoln, south of Rose, helps to further strengthen the bustling area not far from Marina del Rey. Superba Food & Bread is just down the street, Leona and Charcoal are nearby down Washington Boulevard, and the bustling Firestone Walker brewpub is close as well.

Mon Petit Poulet
705 Lincoln Blvd.
Venice, CA