Haute Spot: New Late-Night Nosh at Brasserie Du Vin

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Not sure what to do after a concert in Waikiki or a show at the historic Hawaii Theatre in downtown Honolulu?

The charming French cafe Brasserie Du Vin (1115 Bethel St.) is launching a new late-night event this Saturday called Noir, featuring a discounted menu of nosh, not to mention its extensive wine list boasting more than 250 bottles.

We’re talking discounts on nom-worthy fare such as escargot in herbed garlic butter; baked brie stuffed with pecans and dried cranberries and wrapped in puff pastry; and fresh cucumber, black pepper and gin martinis.

Noir runs every Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight.

But that’s not the only time you can sample the restaurant’s offerings.

Dinner entrees include duck confit and white bean cassoulet with Bresaola (air-dried salted beef) and prosciutto drizzled with a balsamic reduction; herb and citrus-brined pork chops on a bed of arugula; and grilled flat iron steak with roasted garlic and a port wine demi-glace. Brasserie Du Vin also serves artisan cheeses and charcuterie.

For details about Noir, for weekly specials or to make reservations, call 808.545.1115.

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