You won’t find Tim Love’s rabbit-rattlesnake sausage on the menu for Le Bureau, a pop-up restaurant the Fort Worth chef has planned for Feb. 7-10. But you will find terrine la lapin en croûte.
That’s because Love is going French with Le Bureau, the latest in a sporadic series of pop-up restaurants that he began a couple of years ago with Ufficio, an Italian pop-up, at his Fort Worth Test Kitchen at 713 N. Main St.
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Love is known for the “urban Western” cuisine at his Fort Worth restaurants Lonesome Dove Western Bistro and Woodshed Smokehouse and Denton’s Queenie’s Steakhouse, but at his pop-ups he branches out and really shows his eclectic side, having done a Spanish dinner as well as the Italian and upcoming French ones.
The five-course meal will include choices such as the aforementioned terrine (rabbit terrine en en croute); ravioli au langoustine et truffe noire, bouillon au Parmesan (langoustine and black truffle ravioli with Parmesan broth); and — we’ll stop with the French for now — roasted squab roulade with duck sausage, and other choices.
The dessert-course options: apple-cheddar galette; blackberry clafoutis with vanilla-thyme ice cream; or chocolate-caramel truffles.
Reservations are available for seatings from 6 through 9 p.m. Feb. 7-10. Cost is $105 per person plus tax and tip, and includes champagne, two glasses of wine, aperitif and post-meal coffee. Cocktails and other wine are available for an additional price. Tickets are non-refundable. Call 817-624-9712 for reservations.