Bouchée Bee

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$50 and over
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French
If you love French cuisine, wine, and a vibrant but cozy atmosphere, please join us for Bouchée Bee's wine dinner at the Jarvis with Savi's Wine Shop. Bouchée Bee is a pop-up dinner serving creative French cuisine in New Bern, NC. The evening will be composed of 4 Autumn-inspired courses utilizing local ingredients expertly paired with French wines.

Our goal is to provide Downtown New Bern a slice of creative French cuisine that has a focus on local and organic ingredients.

Due to our limited menu, and the complexities involved with individual and specific food allergies, we cannot accommodate special dietary requests

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LG
1 review
Dined on October 25, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Valerie does a fantastic job. She is an exquisite chef. Everything was lovely. The pumpkin soup was delicious...the lamb shanks were out of this world... I wish we had had plum pie for dessert.

CB
Wilmington
1 review
Dined on September 20, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Bouchee Bee dinners are a wonderful pop-up collaboration between the chef, the Jarvis @220, and Savi's Wine Shop. The food and wine are fantastic and the Jarvis is beautiful.

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Raleigh
2 reviews
Dined on September 20, 2019
Overall3food3service4ambience4

As a wine pairing dinner, it was OK, but the overall selections were not to our taste in wines. Entree was undercooked, both the rabbit protein and the accompanying vegetables. Other courses were good. Enjoy the venue and have enjoyed previous experiences much more than this one.

CB
Wilmington
2 reviews
Dined on August 2, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Such a fun collaboration between the chef, the event venue, and local wine shop.

g
Wilmington
26 reviews
Dined on August 2, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

The entire evening was delightful. Food and service were great. The wine was good but not outstanding. Overall the cost was a bit excessive. Something we would probably only do occasionally.

NQ
Washington DC
3 reviews
Dined on May 10, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

An exceptional experience. We dined at Bouchee Bee in May to celebrate a special occassion, they set aside a special table for us and left us a note - what a great attention to detail! We were welcomed with a champagne cocktail at the door, a lovely touch; who doesn't love to start the evening with a bubbly in hand. But the food, OMG, the food!!!! The starter was a salmon tartar that was so good I would be willing to give unreasonable things to have it again. The second course was seared scallops over pea velloute - scallops were cooked to perfection - a beautiful sear on the outside while still soft and tender within, drooling just thinking about it again. Our main course was duck breast - cooked to perfection (literally perfect!), juicy and tender a beautiful medium rare. The chef described each course which i appreciated. The wine pairings were well thought out and reasonably priced (the events are in partnership with a local wine shop so you can buy the wines if you wish). We requested to purchase a full case of one of them, we liked it so much. There was one wine i didn't love, but that was more to do with the varietal. All in all, this is a great experience. The intimate cozy setting gives you the feeling of being at a dinner party. The Jarvis is an incredibly beautiful venue, although we didn't stay there, we enjoyed meandering through the rooms downstairs before dinner started. Will definitely plan on another road trip to New Bern (and schedule around a Bouchee Bee event).