Denver’s first SoulCycle is getting a fancy French bistro neighbor straight from NYC’s Upper East Side

“Hey there, Upper East Siders. Gossip Girl here, your one and only source into the lives of Cherry Creek’s elite.”

As if it were straight out of a page of Gossip Girl’s notebook, it was announced today that famed New York City Upper East Side French bistro Le Bilboquet will be the first restaurant concept inside the new St. Paul Collection in Cherry Creek North, according to BMC Investments. The mixed-use development with luxury residences will also host the city’s first SoulCycle, as announced in January, and Crate and Barrel’s sister store, CB2.

Get those tailored suits and dresses ready, according to the restaurant’s Zagat page:

“One does not go for the meal alone to this see-and-be-seen French bistro … the food’s consistently good and the service rude if you’re not a regular, but the outrageous pricing extends to all.”

The plan is to have the 6,700-square-foot location at the corner of 3rd and St. Paul streets open in early 2019, serving up traditional French cuisine mixed with some modern fare (like the restaurant’s signature Cajun chicken) in its fine-dining bistro, while also serving breakfast and lunch from a Parisian-inspired cafe.

And yes, there will be a patio.

This will be the fourth restaurant in the neighborhood from the real estate investment company. Others are the wallet-busting Matsuhisa, Quality Italian and Departure.

“With SoulCycle and CB2 already in place, the retail and restaurant offering at St. Paul Collection will be beyond compare,” BMC Investments CEO Matt Joblon said in the release.

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