La Parisienne Bistro & Bar is opening at The Star in Frisco, taking over the space previously occupied by Howard Wang’s, according to a CultureMap Dallas article. They say,
“There’s a new restaurant from local operators coming to The Star in Frisco: Called La Parisienne Bistro & Bar, it’s a French restaurant that’ll be open for lunch, dinner, and brunch, at 6740 Winning Way #1000, in a space previously occupied by Howard Wang’s, which closed in March 2022.
According to a release, it’ll open on Monday March 13.
La Parisienne is from Mondi Tag, an attorney who most recently opened Spatch Kitchen & Cocktails in Addison, and Fiatto in the West Village.”
La Parisienne owner Mondi Tag, a Texas native and experienced restaurateur, drew inspiration from her travels to France for the bistro, according to an FSR Magazine article which reports,
“La Parisienne was created by local resident Mondi Tag, a successful local attorney and a restaurant owner and operator for over 20 years. Tag was born and raised in Texas and was the first female franchisee owner/operator for Dickey’s BBQ in Dallas at the age of 19 along with her mother and subsequently Genghis Grill in Dallas.
Tag, who has been in and around the restaurant business for most of her life, says of La Parisienne, “One of my favorite places to travel is France. I love traveling to slow down from the everyday hustle and do as the French do – joie de vivre!””
La Parisienne has a spacious restaurant with seating for 200. The stunning design includes Tiffany Blue accents, water features, and 3D murals.