Louis Vuitton Opens Its First Restaurant
Luxury dining, featuring a menu by famous chef Yosuke Suga.
Following Louis Vuitton‘s acquisition of the world’s second largest rough diamond, the luxury label has just revealed that it will be opening its first restaurant. The luxury house moves into hospitality with a new Vuitton café and restaurant, which is set to open next month at the label’s new Osaka flagship store.
Dubbed Le Café V, the new food stop will be situated on the top floor, and will feature a menu by famous Japanese chef Yosuke Suga. The store will also house an adjoining bar and large terrace, as confirmed by chairman and chief executive officer of LV, who also hinted that LVMH is looking to delve into more restaurants and potentially hotels.
The new Louis Vuitton store is set to open on February 1, and Le Café V will open its doors on February 15.