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Le Bilboquet Team Plans New French Restaurant on Upper East Side

Partners behind the fancy UES mainstay are expanding

Le Bilboquet
The dining room at Le Bilboquet

The partners behind fancy French UES restaurant Le Bilboquet are plotting another French restaurant on the Upper East Side together.

Billionaire Ron Perelman and restaurateur Philippe Delgrange will be opening a to-be-named restaurant at 27 East 62nd Street, between Madison and Park avenues. It’s on the first floor of a building Perelman purchased in 2014. The new spot will only be about 50 seats and will focus on the cuisine of Provence, according to insiders. Look for a February opening.

Perelman and Delgrange have been busy lately, with a splashy Hamptons offshoot over the summer and a casual cafe called Cafe Bilboquet earlier this fall. Le Bilboquet has been on the Upper East Side for more than 30 years, developing a reputation for solid French fare and dishes like Cajun chicken with salad and fries. It’s known as an upscale bistro that’s popular with Europeans, celebrities, and lunchtime power players.

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