Our date nights are typically food adventures with one of our latest treks at Et Voilà French Bistro (through a media invite). Nothing is more romantic than looking deep into each other's eyes while gorging on cuisine known for its culinary excellence! We had an opportunity to meet owner Ludo Misfud as well as enjoy the inspired food creations of Executive Chef Vincent Viale.
The restaurant itself was softly lit and calm with occasional clinks of wine glasses around us. The tables were lined with butcher paper with a design scrolled on the side. I noticed Bo-Beau did something similar except used their own logo.
To start, we were brought fresh French baguettes with a toasty crust and a fluffy warm middle. The cold butter spread easily and we munched as we examined the menu. A multitude of appetizers, cheeses, classics, entrees, and even three types of foie gras were selectable, each titled in French followed by English descriptions. A separate vegetarian menu was also available, which was a thoughtful touch.
At the end of June, another fun Taste of event will take place along Adams Avenue. We definitely haven't explored this neighborhood enough (Soda & Swine was our most recent) but we've been itching to try The Rabbit Hole, return to Senor Mangos Juice House, and check out a few other restaurants in the area. A ticket to an event like this will allow us to do that with ease!
Official Event Info:
The 15th annual Taste of Adams Avenue will take place Sunday, June 28, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, along Adams Avenue, from University Heights through Normal Heights to Kensington. This year’s taste will showcase 30 Adams Avenue restaurants, coffee houses, and exceptional eateries in one of San Diego’s historical and superb communities.