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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
Great setting and authentic..French bistro style. The pomme frites were not as authentic as we would’ve liked..but the beef Wellington app, Chilean sea bass all cooked to perfection.. the creme brûlée was good, but cold. I prefer it warm. Nice wine list. Will return!
Ambiance was excellent; good choice of wines and food though they ran out of moules (mussels), fish dish and ratatouille dish. Escargots were too overpowered with cheese and herbs but still was tasty. Great dessert choices that my wife enjoyed. We would go there again when it is not rushed/hyped during valentine’s week
Overall we had an amazing meal starting with some hand crafted cocktails with real muddled fruit. Our server was attentive and we never felt rushed. The food was outstanding and the desserts over the top.
My only complaint woukd be that I am quite sure I wasn't served decaf as I requested as I was awake the entire evening after our 4:15 dinner reservation. I can't say this for sure, however, I suffer from awful pvc's and really need to be sure a coffee is decaf. Lesson learned, no more ordering ANY type of coffee out. It's just not worth the risk! Given the length of my review I may still besuffering from over stimulation! Go to Parts of Paris you will be glad you did!
Everything is delicious. I’ve been here 3 times now and will keep coming back. I’ve been for Sunday brunch and for dinner as well as just drinks and desserts. This is my favorite place in all of Tampa bay. Not only is the food fantastic, but the staff are amazing too. I love this place!
The food was delicious but my husband and I went on a Saturday evening and it was very busy and noisy. We had a couple besides us that were fine but a large group on other side who were loud. We were relieved when they left but then another large group sat down in their place who were even louder. Our waiter was very nice but service was slow. I believe we were there for at least an hour and a half for just two people. We will return sometime but not on a Sat night.
Tucked away in a house on the edge of a residential neighborhood in Safety Harbor, itself tucked away in the quiet northwest corner of Tampa Bay, Parts of Paris was a find. Intimate and friendly, it is a lovely space for a couple or for a business quartet or quintet. The food is french bistro meets seafood, and IMHO, a very high quality rendition. I had a grilled swordfish steak special that was quite probably the best swordfish I have ever had - and I've eaten and cooked and eaten a LOT of swordfish! Thicker than most swordfish steaks, it gave the chef some play in the cooking and ended up perfectly with a crispy outer crust and a delectably tender moist interior. It was accompanied by charred baby carrots, roast fingerlings, and a just-right amount of a sauce whose ingredients I could not decipher but whose taste was a lovely accompaniment for the fish. Like the food, our waiter was a perfect balance of humor and respect, attentiveness and distance, helpfulness and discretion. One concern; he seemed to be identifying their house Bordeaux as "Chateau Margaux" (I only wish!) In fact, it was Domaine de L'ile de Margaux; a quite-good but not close to premier cru wine. This might have been my misunderstanding, but I still advise some care in this regard. Their prices are high but do not seem to be out of line with similar high-end restaurants I've eaten at in the Tampa/St. Pete area.
If you are planning a special meal and you do NOT want to speak with or hear your dinner companions, Parts of Paris is the place to go.
We have been to this restaurant a few times before and were aware that the restaurant is small, full of hard surfaces with very little sound absorbing material and the tables are close together. But the excellent food was worth this usually minor discomfort.
This time, though, there was a table with four gentlemen (?) whose conversation was loud enough to dominate the entire restaurant and became increasingly vulgar as the evening wore on. Open Table's Noise Level of "energetic" doesn't come close to describing it and It was obvious that most of the other diners were also disturbed.
When we mentioned this to our waiter, his only response/reaction was: "We're not known for being quiet." He repeated this several times as we declined dessert in our haste to get away from this unpleasant environment.
We did not expect "quiet" but a certain amount of civility and respect for all the patrons in a high-end restaurant.
We feel bad for the chef whose fine cuisine is being served under these conditions but we will not return to enjoy it.
A find in downtown Safety Harbor well worth the drive if you are not nearby, or, are just visiting the area as were we. This small French bistro restaurant (in a remodeled bungalow) offers a varied menu of interesting dishes. We thoroughly enjoyed our appetizers (squid, foie gras) and entrees. The duck preparation was excellent and the seafood stew was loaded with a variety of shellfish and fish. We would have likely enjoyed a selection from the salad offerings, but, did not need that much food for our meal. There is a nice sized bar off to the side which was busy with patrons dining, without a TV visible to the dining area to distract from the dining room ambience. There is outside seating which likely would be enjoyable if the weather were inviting. Keith, our server, was attentive and very helpful in assisting us with our menu selections. It was nice to find a Sancerre available by the glass.
Delightful spot in Safety Harbor. A touch of Paris is true. Our lobster thermidor which was supposed to be an appetizer was great for our dinner. Veggies were a little overpowering for lobster. Crime Brûlée was cold but taste was superb. We had a very enjoyable unrushed dinner for two. Pace and waiter were the best. Can’t wait to return!
We feel very fortunate to have Parts of Paris in our neighborhood, and frequent it as much as possible! The brunch is also a wonderful addition on Sundays. Unfortunately, the last two times we have had dinner there, large parties who are loud, obnoxious and drinking heavily have ruined our dining experience. Other tables around us were also noticeably annoyed, and yet no waiters or management intervened in this atmosphere that seemed more like an on-tap sports bar. I do hope that management will recognize that this behavior feels antithetical to an otherwise lovely bistro ambiance, excellent food and very personable waitstaff, where diners come to actually enjoy each other's company as well as the food.
The place is not that big -- perhaps 20 tables or so. It does have a bar where you can drink and have dinner -- especially if you don't have a reservation. Outside seating is an option and they provide blankets on cold nights. The service is always terrific and they know us by name now. The food is outstanding -- steak tartare ad well as their charcuterie which is large enough for a meal. They have daily specials as well. One thing to note is that Safety Harbor frequently has "events" which can make getting there and parking quite a challenge. Go to the Safety Harbor web site to make sure there are no events going on!
French food very good. Service was very slow and waiter was not very attentive. Had to continually ask for things. The real negative is how noisy the dining room is. Even with only half full dining room it was difficult to carry on a conversation. Nice weather and outside dining are great not so much inside. Appetizers are very expensive for what you get. Noisy bistro not elegant fine French dining.
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