Why the name Vienne?
Literally meaning “come here” in the subjunctive French tense, Vienne (Vi-ehn) is also the idyllic French town that Anna fell in love with while doing a pastry internship at a restaurant in neighboring Condrieu. She spent her free days enjoying the short motorcycle ride to Vienne, where she immersed herself in its beauty, charm, and rich history. Always one to pay particular attention to the tastier details, she stood in awe of its culinary accolades: Vienne is the birthplace of La Pyramide, Chef Fernand Point’s world-renowned restaurant, through which came other accomplished chefs such as Paul Bocuse, Alain Chapel, George Perrier, and Jean and Pierre TroisGrois. Nouvelle cuisine, or what is known as modern French cuisine, is attributed to Vienne and its masterful chef, and it is this modern style, dedication to quality, and forward thinking that we aspire to bring to our own Vienne in Bozeman.