“The corner of 28th is happening baby,” says Thierry Rautureau, chef and owner of Madison Valley’s fancy French food mecca Rover’s.

It’s just not happening yet.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t preview the food. Luc, Rautureau’s much anticipated bar, kitchen, and to-go counter at the corner of Madison Street and 28th Avenue East is now set to open in April. Between now and opening day, Rautureau is serving items from the upcoming menu at nearby Rover’s.

Beginning this week, “A Taste of Luc” is a four-course meal for $49. Dishes include smoked salmon tartine with herbed goat cheese and capers, trout Almandine with potato, a grilled pork chop with Dijon mustard rub, sage, parsnip and spinach, and desserts like butterscotch creme brulee.

This being Rover’s, you might still want to dress fancy.

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