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Arielle's Story

 

Bonjour!

 

Arielle’s journey to come to America started as a dream ... then in 2000 her dream came true! She came to New York and worked in restaurants around Manhattan for 7 years only to discover Breckenridge while on vacation.  

 

That was it, her heart belonged to the Colorado mountains and her dreams came true in Breckenridge when she was able to open Le Petit Paris Bistrot in February 2007.  Arielle loves bringing you the flavors of Paris and hopes that you enjoy them too…and often!

 

Le Petit Paris Bistrot

161 East Adams Avenue

1/2 a block east of Main Street

 

970-547-5335

 

Open daily for dinner at 5:30 pm

 

Reservations for the holidays are being accepted.
Don't delay in making your dinner reservations.

From Our Guests...

  • 2012 - Arielle, thank you for sharing the flavors and hospitality of your home. We truly enjoyed every fresh, savory, and delectable bite from the local Arugula salad, to those to die for truffle fries and everything in between. Your warmth and welcoming spirit fills the walls with honest, homestyle goodness. Thank you for transporting us to France, in the comfort of our own home. We are so glad to have you here in Breckenridge. Sincerely, James Phelps and Amy Carlson Phelps
    – Amy Carlson Phelps
    Little Mountain Lodge, Kresge and Associates
  • Awesome!

    What an amazing little find in Breckenridge! We went here for desert after a meal at another venue and were absolutely blown away. The dining room was full, and despite telling the hostess/owner that we just wanted desert, she treated us like we were ordering a banquet for 20.

    The deserts were delicious, the wine was incredible and very reasonably priced, and the service was top notch. Can't wait to come back next season!
    – Henry M.
    Denver, CO
  • I've been meaning to review this place from when I had a romantic dinner last...June? It was wonderful. The service reminded me of France, very attentive/intimate. It's a cozy and warm place, not at all modern or stuffy like many high-end restaurants.

    This may have been an off-shoot because my fiancé didn't care much for his entree (he ordered stew, so that's on him), but my lamb was fantastic. In fact, it was the best meal I've ever had. I look back at it fondly.
    – Sara B.
    Redwood City, CA