$30 Saturday Brunch Credit - Up to 34% Off Saturday Brunch or Dinner
What We Love
- Nestled in the Bishop Arts District, this casual bistro serves contemporary French cuisine from chef and Dallas native, Nathan Tate.
- The editors of Zagat have included Boulevardier in their “Best Summer Ever” guide, a roundup of some of Dallas’ best hot-weather hotspots.
- Zagat also named the restaurant to its list of “Best Spots for Oysters in Dallas.”
- Instead of the typical farmer's market omelet, Boulevardier's brunch menu features decadent options like eggs meurette with toasted baguette, bacon, bone marrow and red wine sauce, and crispy duck leg confit with sunny side up eggs, grit cakes and huckleberry sauce.
- You can also look forward to steak and eggs with hand-cut fries and béarnaise, and a quiche with house bacon, caramelized onion, gruyere and arugula-chicory salad.
- Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in French toast with Texas pecan maple syrup and Grand Marnier Chantilly.
- In 2013, the bistro won "Best Brunch" honors in D Magazine.
Opened in 2012 by chef Nathan Tate and Veritas co-owners Brooks and Bradley Anderson, Boulevardier brings French-inspired cuisine to the Bishop Arts District. Named "Best French Restaurant" in 2013 by D Magazine, the friendly neighborhood bistro serves fresh, modern takes on classic French dishes. Tate made a name for himself cooking alongside the late Randall Copeland at Restaurant Ava. At Boulevardier, his preference for locally-sourced ingredients and made-from-scratch dishes can be seen in the likes of juicy braised lamb neck with wood-grilled radicchio and toasted orzo, and pork chop au poivre with fingerling potato lyonnaise and frisée.