French-inspired La Belle Helene restaurant has closed uptown

Interior of the entrance, Source: QC Life

La Belle Helene has closed in uptown Charlotte. This news adds to a growing list of business and restaurant closures in midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Constellation Culinary Group, operators of the eatery, made the announcement on Wednesday.  The French-inspired restaurant first opened its doors in July 2018 on South Tryon Street.

Parliament Espresso and Coffee Bar, another business under Constellation Culinary Group, has stopped operations and closed also. The coffee shop was located around the corner from La Belle Helene in the same building.

Before the pandemic, chefs appeared on QC Morning to talk about their offerings for Charlotte’s Queen’s Feast.

La Belle Helene
Shots of the restaurant’s unique lighting fixtures, Source: QC Life

In a statement to QC Life, the restaurant group said that various operators have expressed interest in leasing the restaurant space and that Parliament would stay under the Constellation portfolio.

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