Fleur Bistro will grow where Maison de Fleur wilted
Lori Midson

Fleur Bistro will grow where Maison de Fleur wilted

The historic, romantic Victorian at 1225 Logan Street has sat dormant for the past year, its last occupant, Maison de Fleur, a florist and event center that benefited from the wild rose bushes, skyscraping trees, ornate moldings and white wedding trappings that flow through the spacious, high-ceilinged rooms strewn throughout the century-old estate.

And now, the vacant space, which went into foreclosure in March of last year, will soon take on another floral theme, this time as Fleur Bistro, a new restaurant that will take up space on the lower level of the multi-story Victorian. A liquor-license hearing is scheduled for September 24 at at 9 a.m. at the Wellington Webb Building. Eva and Andrew Esparaza, along with Barton Jones, are listed as managing partners on the application.

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