Goodbye Brooklyn, Hello Paris, Julie Farias Plans To Open Vivant in French Capitale, Early 2011

I heard it through the grapevine this morning or to be more precise French site Food Intelligence by Bruno Verjus.

After moving around Brooklyn, from Beer Table to General Greene, it seems that Julie Farias next adventure will find her in Paris for a duet with Pierre Jancou who was taking a breather from the capitale's restaurant scene.

The project, code-named Vivant, a bistro, is slated to open early 2011.


Bruno Verjus got the scoop (en Anglais) this past Saturday (November 22) and shared video interview where Julie confesses having never been in Paris before (maybe she means lived there).

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