Into the Bleu

Five Wildly Divergent New Restaurants Will Have You Spinning From Montrose and the Galleria to Midtown and the Heights

Into the Bleu

PaperCity Magazine

By Laurann Claridge

5.1.18 (May Issue)

In the new Bar Victor in the former Zimm’s location in the Montrose, a sea of Yves Klein- – blue velvet  juxtaposed with midnight-blue walls sets the tone for the dreamy interiors. Owners Vincent Sinard and restaurateur Jean-Pierre Gleize from Toulouse, as well as DJ and music impresario Frank Boissy, have pulled together everything they love about French nightclubs: Sultry music plays on the custom sound system and news broadcasts from Paris and Eurosport channels play on the flat-screen TVs, while classic cocktails and bottles of French wine and champagne are proffered, along with small bites such as country pâté ($14), sliced jambon with salted butter, and cornichons ($16), and sharing boards of a luxe caviar spread known as the Saint-Tropez ($110). Steamer trunks make up the DJ’s platform, custom-made in France for the 50-seat lounge, which has 12 more seats at the bar and a VIP room for 20. The bar was named for Gallic novelist, poet and playwright Victor Hugo, and bond mots from fashionable French men and women dot the walls. Up next from the owners: a French restaurant dubbed Villa Saint-Tropez, coming this summer just a few doors down. Stay tuned for details. Bar Victor, 4321 Montrose Blvd., 713.521.2002, barvictor.com

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