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Chef Tim Love Brings A French Pop-Up to His Fort Worth Test Kitchen

Bureau will serve the thoroughly Texan chef’s take on classic dishes

Austin Food & Wine Festival Photo by Rick Kern/WireImage

Another pop-up from reality TV star Chef Tim Love is coming to Love’s Fort Worth Test Kitchen in February.

Continuing his yearly tradition of hosting pop-ups that explore different country’s cuisines (and named “office” in each country’s dialect), French fare will have top billing this year at Chef Love’s latest pop-up. Called Bureau, the temporary eatery will be open in February at 713 N Main Street.

Love is known for his “urban western” cuisine like rattlesnake sausage, and his bevy of Texan restaurants including White Elephant Saloon, the Love Shack, the Woodshed Smokehouse, and his flagship restaurant Lonesome Dove Western Bistro in Ft. Worth’s Sundance Square. Love’s yearly pop-ups are a chance to flex his international culinary muscles, and in years past, he showed off dishes like escolar (snake mackerel) served with margarita ice, diced avocado, and chiles at Ufficio, his Italian-themed pop-up. Check out the menu for Bureau below.

Tickets are available for seatings from 6 p.m. through 9 p.m., February 7 through February 10, and cost $105 per person plus tax and gratuity. Tickets include five courses with pre-dinner sparkling wine, two glasses of wine, an aperitif, and coffee with dessert. Includes complimentary valet.

Courtesy LoveStyle Inc.

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