DW French says bonsoir to the Fenway

Prep your palate for French onion soup, escargot en croute, and crème brûlée at this new eatery from award-winning chef Douglass Williams.

A plate containing charbroiled steak au poivre, next to silverware, glassware, and a dish of creamed spinach.

A highlight of the menu: charbroiled steak au poivre with creamy cognac-pepper sauce and creamed spinach with roasted garlic.

Get ready to greet DW French with a hearty “bonsoir.” Located inside the Fenway’s Pierce Boston building, this new brasserie will dish out dinners straight from Paris, starting on Thursday, Oct. 19.

The new eatery at 1391 Boylston St. is the vision of award-winning chef Douglass Williams, who hopes to replicate staples of French cuisine in an inviting and accessible way. Familiar items on the menu include French onion soup, escargot en croute, and crème brûlée. But don’t overlook the ample opportunities to try unfamiliar dishes, like the seafood selection hake en papillote (read: fish with veggies in lemon sauce) or a vegetarian choice of ice crudites.

The interior of DW French — furnished with red leather banquettes — can seat 100 guests, while the patio can accommodate 30 additional diners. Reservations are available now via OpenTable.

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