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First Look at the Parisian Interiors at North Central Newcomer Maison


Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

North Central French bistro Maison reopens tonight after last weekend’s premiere. Eater shared the menu full of steak tartare, mussels bourride, and whole flounder, but now we have a tour of the interiors at 708 King Street.

When asked about the inspiration for the interiors, co-owners Vandy Vanderwarker and Will Love emailed the following statement to Eater.

The space was designed by our parents, Tony and Anne Vanderwarker, and Pam and Jimmy Love, who drew inspiration from traditional Parisian bistros. Maison’s bright exterior draws guests into the restaurant while the dining room, filled with a neutral palette and soft lighting, allows the food and wine to stand out. We incorporated classic French elements into the design. These include our hexagon tile floor, cast pewter bar, and walls lined with black and white photographs of Paris.

Maison opens Monday through Thursday, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday through Saturday, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Leslie Ryann McKellar
Leslie Ryann McKellar
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Leslie Ryann McKellar

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