The Young Restaurateurs Behind the Palais de Tokyo's New Eatery

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The Young Restaurateurs Behind the Palais de Tokyo's New Eatery

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PARIS-BASED Quixotic Projects—the restaurant group behind Le Mary Celeste, Candelaria, Glass and Hero—recently opened its most audacious endeavor yet: Les Grands Verres at the contemporary-art behemoth Palais de Tokyo. With a 170-seat restaurant as well as a 60-seat cafe, the project is as ambitious as the team behind it. With Les Grands Verres, their fifth project together, Americans Josh Fontaine and Adam Tsou and Colombian Carina Soto Velasquez are aiming to change up the French cultural institution’s food scene by skipping haute cuisine (the museum already has a fine-dining option in Monsieur Bleu) in favor of…

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