Los Angeles, CA– Fancy a trip to Paris but don’t have the budget or the time? Look no further than Downtown LA’s charming Le Petit Paris brasserie. Not only does the elegant restaurant produce authentic French cuisine, it provides a trés Parisian ambiance with ongoing Wednesday jazz nights, a romantic three-course, prix fix dinner and a new wine series dinner. If a weekend getaway is more what you have in mind, Le Petit Paris has recently launched a sprawling Sunday Brunch Buffet complete with French classics and sweet treats.
Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Le Petit Paris will serve a french-style buffet brunch for $49 ($25 for children under 12 and free for kids under 5) which includes house-made breakfast pastries, viennoiseries, crepes, eggs benedict, cheeses and charcuterie, quiche, seasonal salads, a meat carving station and entrees featuring seasonal chef specials. As if this isn’t enough, the new brunch buffet showcases a chocolate fondue fountain to accompany a selection of fresh fruit, mini tarts, cookies and macarons. Add a bottomless beverage to your order with a Mimosa for only $15, a Bellini for $16, Bloody Mary for $18 or endless Champagne for $35.
If you prefer to stay at home and relax on Sundays, Le Petit Paris also hosts an a la carte brunch on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. French inspired standouts from the menu include a Croque Monsieur with Jambon de Paris, Creme Fraiche, Gruyere and a mixed green salad; Scrambled Eggs with Black Truffle; Eggs Benedict topped with Lobster; and Omelette Parisienne with Jambon de Paris and Swiss Cheese.
Le Petit Paris is pleased to announce the launch of their Wine Dinner Series. The first dinner, the Napa Valley Wine Dinner, took place on Thursday, February 23 and featured wines from VGS Chateau Potelle Winery in Napa Valley. The dinner included a presentation by Jean-Noël Fourmeaux du Sartel, owner of VGS Chateau Potelle and Bruno Laclotte, owner of Hillside Wine & Spirits LLC. In addition to a complimentary aperitif and amuse bouche, the four-course meal included Salmon Gravlax with Blinis and Chive Cream; Roasted Maine Scallops with Jerusalem Artichoke Purée and Beef Jus; Filet Mignon served with Darphin Potatoes, Bacon Wrapped String Beans and Morel Mushroom Sauce; and a Caramelized Pear Tart with Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream for dessert. Each of the four courses are paired with a wine ($109 per person including tax and gratuity).
Thursday, March 23 at 7:00 p.m. – Bordeaux Wine Dinner
Thursday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. – Winery and theme to be announced soon