New restaurant, Boulevardier, to open in Bishop Arts this summer

The owners of Veritas and Restaurant Ava have renamed their planned Bishop Arts restaurant. Boulevardier is the new name for a French/American bistro in the space formerly occupied by Decanter and Cafe Madrid. The owners originally had announced the restaurant would be called Left Bank.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the restaurant, from chef/owners Randall Copeland and Nathan Tate, will open this summer.


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  • Just emailed Bishop Arts District last week about the valet parking issue of blocking city street parking.  I never received a response.  I wondered if BAD is approving of the illegal valet parking.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t mind parking in front of someone’s house. As long as they don’t provide “free” valet parking that illegally block city street parking for their own use.

  • James

    We’ll try the restaurant if they have customer service that includes providing a place to park that is not on a street in front of someone’s house.