Diane, A Broad
February 22, 2013

Bones by James Henry


James Henry, previously of Au Passage, has opened a new testosterone-and-punk-rock-fueled restaurant and bar in that corner of the 11th that’s been seeing a lot of action lately.

Prosecco sur Lie Casa Coste Piane, tartare de veau, good books


Get your hipster boners ready, friends. Unsulfured, natural wines. Homemade bread. House-churned butter. Homemade charcuterie. Mozzarella minute. Offal and raw stuff all over the place.


Homemade bread and butter


This was M’s favorite. He had opinions.

Four amuse-bouche

Clockwise from top left: coeur de canard; grilled octopus; cochon de lait broth with roast sea urchin, foie gras, and cabbage; charcuterie maison

Mulet noir, citron meyer, fenouil


Saint-Jacques, endives, poires


Porc Kintoa, salsifi, choux de Bruxelles


Granita citron


Pomme, jasmin; café


Bones has incredible potential. Give them maybe three to six months to find their rhythm, and this place is going to be sick.

43 rue Godefroy Cavaignac, 75011 (Voltaire, Charonne)
09 80 75 32 08
Menu €40, €47 with cheese.

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4 responses to “Bones by James Henry”

  1. Your photos are so gorgeous Diane 🙂 Love them! And it looks really yummy too of course!

    xx Carin (www.parisinfourmonths.com)

  2. They had kale too!!! Can’t wait to try it.

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