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Paris Icon Taillevent Expands to London; Progress at James Beard Public Market

And Bar Tartine takes over the Publican for one night only.

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LONDON— Parisian institution Taillevent has announced plans to open up in London: According to Yahoo News, the restaurant will open a branch of its brasserie concept Les 110 de Taillevent in an as-yet-unnamed London location. As with its Paris outpost of Les 110, the restaurant will feature 110 wines by the glass, with a special menu designed for pairing. Per Yahoo, each dish on the "sommelier" menu "appears next to a list of four recommended wines in different price ranges." Les 110 de Taillevent London will open in spring 2015. [Yahoo]

PORTLAND— PDX's long-stewing James Beard Public Market is one step closer to reality: Eater PDX reports that Norway-based design firm Snøhetta, which designed NYC's National September 11 Memorial Museum, has been tapped to design the project. The market is aiming for a summer 2018 opening, promising open-air stalls, vendors, and restaurants on the downtown Portland site. More information as it becomes available. [EPDX]

CHICAGO— San Francisco's Bar Tartine will pop-up in Chicago for one night only tomorrow, November 11: Chef de cuisine Cosmo Goss of the Publican will invite Tartine's Nick Balla, Cortney Burns, and Chad Robertson to engage in a "menu takeover," with an a la carte menu showing off dishes from Bar Tartine's SF restaurant and cookbook. More information and reservations available here. [EaterWire]

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