Dining Review: Le Bouillon offers melange of classic, creative in old French Cafe spot

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Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014 12:00 am

Le Bouillon, chef Paul Kulik's new Old Market spot, has the possibility to change how Omahans look at food, just as the restaurant at the same address did for the city more than 40 years ago.

The French Cafe, which opened in 1969, introduced Omahans to cuisine, wine and a style of service it hadn't seen before. It introduced atmosphere. It became the matriarch of the Old Market.

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