The first French-language cookbook "Viandier" written by Guillaume Tirel, also known as “Taillevent”
André Vrinat opens the Taillevent restaurant in Paris’ 9th district.
The Taillevent receives its first Michelin star.
The restaurant moves to the former mansion of the Duke of Morny at 15 rue Lamennais in Paris, 8th district, near the Champs-Elysées.
The restaurant earns its second Michelin star.
Jean-Claude Vrinat begins working alongside his father, André.
Les Caves de Taillevent opens. Jean-Claude’s daughter, Valérie Vrinat, joins the family group.
L’Angle du Faubourg restaurant opens.
Jean-Claude Vrinat passes away, Valérie Vrinat takes the helm.
The Gardinier brothers acquire Taillevent Paris from Valérie Vrinat.
L’Angle du Faubourg becomes Les 110 de Taillevent restaurant.
Les Caves de Taillevent opens in Beirut, Lebanon.
Les Caves de Taillevent opens a new concept in Paris at 228 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
Les 110 de Taillevent restaurant opens in Central London’s Marylebone district.
Les Caves de Taillevent in partnership with ENOTECA, opened a shop at Tokyo in the prestigious Takashimaya Shopping Centre (Nihonbashi district).