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Red banquettes in a stately room.
The dining room at Brasserie la Banque
Mike Ledford

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First Look at Broad Street Stunner Brasserie la Banque

Opening on Friday, July 2

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

The Indigo Road Hospitality Group announced that it will open French eatery Brasserie la Banque on Friday, July 2. The new restaurant opens in the historic 1 Broad Street building, less than a year after the closing of the previous tenant One Broad.

The space has gone from “Northern European- style bakery/café meets an Upper East Side Waffle House” to a fashionable brasserie full of red leather banquettes, vintage-looking mirrors, and rich green accents.

Brasserie la Banque will first be open for dinner nightly, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Once up and running, the restaurant will add lunch and late night services. The menu is full of French classics like foie gras torchon, poulet rouge, bouillabaisse, steak frites, and dry-aged duck.

Take a quick tour around the dining room here.

A high-ceiling dining room with a red leather banquette. Mike Ledford
French-looking dining room. Mike Ledford

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