Photo courtesy of Perle on Maple

Perle on Maple, the restaurant tucked inside The Stoneleigh, is French-inspired from its French bistro dishes using local ingredients created by Executive Chef Wade Burch to its glass art installation, inspired by The Maison de Verre built by Peirre Charneau in the 1930s, that serves as the gateway to enter the restaurant. Even the French spelling of “pearl” is used to signify this restaurant’s sophisticated-yet-casual international cuisine concept.

The restaurant will celebrate Bastille Day by returning to the days of the French Empire, where guests will sip on champagne cocktails custom-made at the Sparkle Bar hosted by Moet Chandon Champagne. The one and only Marie Antoinette, known for the quote “let them eat cake,” will approvingly stand watch at the unlimited Bisou Bisou Cupcake Bar, occasionally tapping her foot to the tunes of a DJ spinning French vinyl.

Perle on Maple, the restaurant tucked inside The Stoneleigh, is French-inspired from its French bistro dishes using local ingredients created by Executive Chef Wade Burch to its glass art installation, inspired by The Maison de Verre built by Peirre Charneau in the 1930s, that serves as the gateway to enter the restaurant. Even the French spelling of “pearl” is used to signify this restaurant’s sophisticated-yet-casual international cuisine concept.

The restaurant will celebrate Bastille Day by returning to the days of the French Empire, where guests will sip on champagne cocktails custom-made at the Sparkle Bar hosted by Moet Chandon Champagne. The one and only Marie Antoinette, known for the quote “let them eat cake,” will approvingly stand watch at the unlimited Bisou Bisou Cupcake Bar, occasionally tapping her foot to the tunes of a DJ spinning French vinyl.

Perle on Maple, the restaurant tucked inside The Stoneleigh, is French-inspired from its French bistro dishes using local ingredients created by Executive Chef Wade Burch to its glass art installation, inspired by The Maison de Verre built by Peirre Charneau in the 1930s, that serves as the gateway to enter the restaurant. Even the French spelling of “pearl” is used to signify this restaurant’s sophisticated-yet-casual international cuisine concept.

The restaurant will celebrate Bastille Day by returning to the days of the French Empire, where guests will sip on champagne cocktails custom-made at the Sparkle Bar hosted by Moet Chandon Champagne. The one and only Marie Antoinette, known for the quote “let them eat cake,” will approvingly stand watch at the unlimited Bisou Bisou Cupcake Bar, occasionally tapping her foot to the tunes of a DJ spinning French vinyl.

WHEN

WHERE

The Landmark
3015 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX 75219
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bastille-day-tickets-47516275459

TICKET INFO

$39
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