Outstanding food, service, atmosphere! Dinner or lunch. A rare restaurant in a lovely location.
"Mussels, helpfully de-shelled, and delicately plated, glimmer in a garlicky butter sauce." - November 2012 Issue
This sprawling, many-roomed country auberge has good Alsatian food. Hospitality overflows. It's family owned and the hosts treat customers like family. The price of your main course includes first course, salad and dessert. Specialties…
Peppery steak veers into the sublime after promenading through a captivating mustard-shallot reduction. - November 2011 issue
Jacque, chef de cuisine, and Paul, sommelier, continue to wine and dine patrons in a warm, romantic setting. - June issue 2012
Don't read in the car ride there - lots of curvy roads that made me car sick!
Nestled in the heart of Great Falls, the old French cottage feel will seduce you into faraway lands. Treat your date to the chateaubriand for two with a bottle of Bordeaux.
Formal old-world service, antique-filled dining rooms, and a prix fixe menu with amuse-bouches and other extras make dinners here special.
4.5 stars, one of the tip-top restaurants in DC. A friend recommended L'Auberge Chez Francois to me, so I made a reservation with my husband for a special evening. Upon arriving at the restaurant, we thought that the building looked a little old, and when we sat down at our table, I was…
Unbelievable! Crepe appetizer was wonderful. Filet was perfect. Raspberry souffle was best I've ever had. Service was stellar!
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