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About Parts of Paris
Parts of Paris a French Bistro located in Safety Harbor.
We serve traditional French Bistro food and prepare artisanal charcuteries, and pates right on our premise. We offer dining in this beautifully restored 1936 Florida bungalow, and an inviting covered patio, perfect for al fresco dining or lounging and a bar ready for mingling. POP bar offers a range of spirits, cocktails, variety of wines by the glass or bottle, domestic and imported beers and espresso service. Come and get swept away by great food, music, libations and ambiance at this Tampa Bay Area gem.
Safety Harbor, FL 34695
French, Seafood, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
- KITCHEN HOURS -
Mon - Thu 5pm - 9pm
Fri & Sat 5pm - 10pm
Sunday noon - 7pm (brunch till 4pm)
- POP BAR HOURS -
Mon - Thu 3pm - close
Fri & Sat 3pm - close
Sunday noon - 7pm
*** We celebrate Mondays with 50% off ALL appetizers! ***
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Come and enjoy our covered outdoor patio + our NEW Chef's seasonal menu.
Parts of Paris Ratings and Reviews
We chose outdoor seating since the weather was spectacular and it was the right choice. Started the evening with charred octopus and steak tartare. Both were delish but the octopus stood out with charred edges swimming in a tart cream, VERY different and so tasty. I chose the seafood bouillabaisse and was not disappointed. Succulent clams and mussels with salmon and soft shell crab!!! Simply divine. We finished with chocolate mousse and raspberries. Our server was excellent. The perfect blend of personal and professional. I highly recommend this neighborhood gem for casual special occasions. It was so worth the drive from Tampa.
My husband and I had the Charcuterie to start off with and it was very tasty. We ordered Bouillabaisse as our main course. I have had this dish a few times and mostly been disappointed. Tonight was different. It was very good for the most part but had a bit too much of the salmon taste to the broth. At least for my taste. We finished with coffee (espresso for me and black American for my husband )and crepe Suzette wile he had the ice cream with berries. Both very good. The service in Parts of Paris is excellent and we owe that to Chris. The only drawback was the noise level. Next time, whether permitting, we will dine outside. We do love this place and it's homey atmosphere.
This was our first time here. Found the restaurant in a local search...Reading prior reviews about the interior noise level, we selected outdoor seating. The weather was perfect. It was a great choice!
The food was fabulous!!!
The bouillabaisse was excellent and the trout special that my wife enjoyed was deliciously prepared. Our wine was a perfect match for both meals. Selecting the berries and homemade ice cream desert and an espresso was the perfect finishing touch.
The interior noise level was high, but you cannot blame that on the facility. It seems it is hard to find any place today where you can enjoy a quiet meal out....
We will definitely be returning. Kudo's to Parts of Paris.
It was my first time to celebrate my daughters birthday but it was so so noisy that we could not hear our conversations exc ept talking louder. gentlemen beside us was very loud and of course you cannot help that. My steak was not cooked through and had a bit of grizzle in the center. I enjoyed it better the second night at home. My girls enjoyed theirs. Sorry, but you asked.
My wife and I went To Parts Of Paris for our anniversary. It was our first time, and we are looking foward to going back again. First and foremost the food was amazing. the atmospher is casual yet just elegant enough for any special occasion. Our waiter was very helpful and attentive, making some suggestions that really paid off, like suggesting the scallops to go with the wine we ordered. He was right. They were delicious. We really enjoyed our evening at Parts of Paris.
We've been coming here since they opened. Not a very big restaurant. It is a converted home with tables and bar seating. Very casual (the servers wear shorts.) As always the food is wonderful and authentic, but with their own twist. The menu changes by the season and their fall menu is now out. The menu change is mostly now you get to select your sides as previously they were determined based on the entree. Their onion soup is plenty big for a "cup" and has a nice broth with lots of onions and cheese as well as a bread crouton. Their charcuterie platter is large enough for an entree and comes with a variety of home made meats and accoutrements. Their steak tartare is steak with an egg on top and comes with all the fixin's . You can't go wrong.
We have been coming here for the last year every month, food & staff always Excellent, spending at least $150.00-$200.00 a night. This is the second time in a year they had a Drain Fly Infestation with little flys all around table when food is delivered & through out dinner service, unless they turn down the lights, the sun has gone down or you had to much to drink & you might not notice. I owned a Pest Control Business for over 15 years & when this happens it is a Cleanliness Issue, not a Pest Control Issue. The first time I brought this to their attention the bartender was very interested in learning how to eliminate the problem, tonight the Owner said we don't have a drain fly issue & Totally Dismissed me, I will never come back & don't suggest you do either unless you enjoy swatting Drain/Filth Flys landing on your food or rim of your drinking glass.
We love this place. It was a house turned into a restaurant with wooden floors and very comfortable decor. The staff always remembers us which makes it a very special place to dine. One thing to keep in mind is that the tables are close together and the interior design makes it difficult to carry on a conversation because it gets very loud. Some come early and enjoy the peace. Now onto the food. They have a charcuterie platter with all home made meats and pickles. About the only thing not home made is the mustard, but its great, too. The combination of meats and salmon is terrific. It's almost enough as a main course. Of course, their steak tartare is the show stealer with chunks of beef topped by an egg. Its comes with what you'd expect -- anchovies, cornichons, onions, mustard and more all on the side so you can pick and choose what you'd like. It's a sharable appetizer for sure. Enjoy!
We dined here for our 14th anniversary and everyone was amazing. Friendly, attentive, and open with recommendations. This was our first time dining here and we will definitely be going back. The food was delish!
The only downfall was the noise level. Other than that we thourougly enjoyed our evening.
Not fantastic, but I would try it again, fish and lamb not so great ,the soup vichyssoise was fabulous,salad and pork was great!
Great service and neat interior , I would give the restaurant a second chance,cute neighborhood.
Wonderful meal, authentic French cuisine. Terrific wine list mostly from France, my favorite. Had Moule Frites with Salade Maison and Chocolate Mousse for dessert. Wine was a white Rhone. Felt like I was in a bistro in Paris. Only challenge was the noise level--at the bar and a couple of larger groups. Very loud and difficult to have a conversation with my dining companion until the end of the meal, around 7:45/8:00 pm. Overall, happy and will return.
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