Founded by Texas native Mondana Tag, the “Parisian-inspired bistro” plans to give Frisco the “authentic casual French food” the owner ate during visits to France, according to the restaurant’s website. Menu options include charcuterie boards, crepes, duck and waffles, seared salmon and more.
Live music will play every Friday and Saturday during dinner as well as during weekend brunch, according to a press release from the restaurant.
La Parisienne will also serve classic French desserts made in-house by a resident chef patissier, according to the press release. Separate menus for wine and cocktails will also be available.
“We are looking forward to La Parisienne being the perfect place to host baby showers, bridal showers, bachelorette parties, date night, girls night, tea parties or just a spot to grab late-night dessert and coffee,” Tag said in the press release.