Bienvenu a La Voile de Brookline!
As a way to introduce La Voile Brookline, a few lines of how it all began. But first, an illustration of how the staff would like to make sure that for the time of a drink or a meal, the warmth of their greeting will hopefully make you forget the harsh, bitter cold of a Brookline winter night. passersby may not even be aware of the new addition to the culinary diversity of Brookline.
Very much in keeping with its sister establishment La Voile, on Boston’s Newbury Street, the new Brookline location would like to convey the unpretentious elegance of a French Brasserie with the warmth of a Bistrot.
It all started in Cannes, on the Cote d’Azur, with a restaurant called “La Voile au Vent” (the sail in the wind). it was located on the old port of Cannes and was the watering hole of the classic sailboat community. An american sailor spent a winter in the harbor and after many glasses of red wine, the idea of opening a restaurant in Boston was hatched. The name was shortened, but true to its name the decor has a distinct nautical theme, with photographs of old J-class sailing boats, and to make sure we do not take ourselves too seriously, we included a few drawings of British navy-types who do not seem to have spent their lives on the high seas.
The layout is typical of a Paris restaurant. With its mostly French staff — and chef — La Voile would like to offer its guests an insight and taste of the best of French cuisine. It aims to offe
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