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  Open Table Diners’ Choice Best Overall

Open Table Diners’ Choice Best Overall

We are honored that BOTH Jacques’ Brasserie and L’Auberge Chez Francois have been named as Open Table Diners’ Choice Best Overall Washington DC Winners, based upon thousands of Open Table diner reviews. Merci Beaucoup!

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  Jacques Brasserie in Eater DC

Jacques Brasserie in Eater DC

Enter Jacques’ Brasserie, which is the restaurant’s downstairs haunt, offering more casual fare than the original restaurant during the evenings. There, lunch customers will now be able to choose from options like grilled lamb tenderloin, veal scallopini with Virginia ham and garden tomato salad.

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  L’Auberge wins 2014 top 100 restaurants in America for second year in a row

L’Auberge wins 2014 top 100 restaurants in America for second year in a row

The results are in! These are the OpenTable 2014 Diners’ Choice Top 100 Best Restaurants in America. The list of honorees are decided after analyzing more than five million reviews of nearly 19,000 restaurants across the country — all submitted by verified diners.

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  Diners’ Choice 2015 Winner

Diners’ Choice 2015 Winner

We are honored to win in 14 categories for the Diners’ Choice Awards by OpenTable diners in the Washington DC area and Virginia -DC Suburbs, including Best Overall.

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  Eater DC

Eater DC

Featured on Eater DC, Chef Jacques talks about Monsieur François’ vision and how the Haeringer legacy continues. While food trends change, L’Auberge Chez François proves how classic French cuisine never goes out of style.

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  New York Social Diary

New York Social Diary

Food, Glorious Food – Memorable dining in 2014 near Washington, DC. Try L’Auberge Chez François for Saturday lunch. This is one of the area’s most enduring restaurants and please let it be there for years to come. It is charming, the food is delicious, and it is the perfect reward after a challenging hike along the trails of Great Falls Park.

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  Élan Publication

Élan Publication

Félicitations à Chez François; Part 1: Humble Beginnings of a Country Inn and Part 2: Continuing a Patriarch’s Dream, feature articles by Karen Washburn documenting the history of Chez François, L’Auberge Chez François and its founder, Chef François Haeringer.

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  Wildfowl Magazine

Wildfowl Magazine

Keep the blind warm this winter with a hearty homemade broth. Chef Jacques shares his Duck Soup Du Jour recipe with readers of Wildfowl magazine.

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  AAA World Profile

AAA World Profile

Today, the restaurant remains very similar to when François first opened its doors. From the décor, which features family heirlooms and artifacts purchased in France by François for the original D.C. location, to the traditional Alsatian cuisine, L’Auberge Chez François is, as noted in Virginia Living magazine, classically, unapologetically, French.

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