New French restaurant with oyster bar planned in downtown Missoula

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Walker Hunter, Cameron Williams and Jason McMackin, owners of Burns St. Bistro, recently announced plans to remodel the former Pearl Cafe building. Brasserie Porte Rouge, the trio’s new venture, will be a French-inspired eatery and oyster bar come this winter.

BEN ALLAN SMITH, Missoulian David Erickson

After a decade of success with their first venture, three local restaurateurs are now planning to open a new French-inspired eatery and oyster bar in downtown Missoula this winter. 

Walker Hunter, Cameron Williams and Jason McMackin own and operate the popular Burns St. Bistro, which opened in 2012 in a revitalized former warehouse next to the railroad tracks in the Westside neighborhood.

Now, they’re in the midst of planning their second big project in town. They recently announced plans to remodel the former Pearl Café building at 231 E. Front Street, and they’ll turn it into the Brasserie Porte Rouge.

“Before you head to Google Translate, that’s Red Door Brasserie and you can watch for that door — along with a menu teeming with

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