The menu will offer between 15 and 18 dining options, including hot and cold small plates, main dishes, and a la carte sides.
Featured dishes include mushroom carpaccio, brandade tortelloni, butter-poached lobster with sauce américaine, steak frites, and dry-aged duck.
The drink menu will primarily feature French wines; however, some American-made, French-inspired blends will also be available.
Bar Lesieur is named for Frenchman Louis Lesieur, who operated a bar in Center City during the early 1880s. That bar served as a hub for Philadelphia’s government officials and other professionals, and Schulson’s vision is for this new concept to serve a similar purpose.
Bar Lesieur will make Schulson’s 11th concept in Philadelphia, and will be able to seat a total of 72 people.
Read more about Bar Lesieur and Michael Schulson’s other concepts at the Philadelphia Business Journal.