- Neighborhood: Queen Village
- 623 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-925-8000
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- Cuisine: French
- Price: $$$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
This time of year, we’re feeling chunky sweaters, hot toddies, and slow-cooked meats. (Yes, despite the fact that fall weather now apparently means 80 degrees and sauna-like.)
And just in time for the leaves to fall, Bistrot La Minette’s Burgundy-inspired October prixe fixe dinner is here with the comfort food we crave.
Bistrot La Minette has a slew of dinners scheduled this summer that will transport guests from Bella Vista to France.
In June, July, and August, chef-owner Peter Woolsey and executive chef Kenneth Bush will feature a different region of France, from Provence to Lyon — starting tonight and tomorrow.
While rosé can no longer be considered trendy — that designation currently belongs to orange wine — pink wine has gained ground in the mainstream food and wine world (there’s even a new book about it). Beyond white zinfandel and low-quality varieties best left on the shelf, a world of crisp, dry, and delicious rosés awaits.
Bistrot La Minette chef-owner Peter Woolsey has built this month’s prix fixe special around dry rosés from France: He’s taken inspiration from his rugged, French, rosé-loving father-in-law for the restaurant’s Rosé in May nights on March 24 and 25.