DatingAdvice.com highlights L’Auberge Chez François as a top date destination.Read More »
Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema visits and reviews L’Auberge. Find the article here.Read More »
Chef was featured in Northern Virginia Magazine last week discussing our winter hibernation with optimism – thank you, Northern Virginia Magazine for the wonderful feature!Read More »
A warren of rustic rooms that recall the French countryside, circa the middle of last century, gives a historical feel. For a look that’s more modern, sit outside, where you can listen to the splish-splash of the fountains. Read more in this article by Northern Virginia Magazine!Read More »
Chef Jacques reveals his famous recipes for our classic Chateaubriand and French Onion Soup to the fabulous readers of Northern Virginia Magazine! Featured on the cover with other amazing local chefs, this is an issue you don’t want to miss! Bon appetit!Read More »
Couples in Washington, D.C., who feel cooped up from months of quarantine often decide to get away to the Virginia countryside. Read this article from DatingNews.com!Read More »
“Long-loved local restauranteurs are doing everything conceivable to respect social distancing guidelines and safety protocols so that they can continue to welcome guests and allow them to feel confident about dining – especially outdoors. Their creativity has been unleashed. Their imaginations are on fire.”Read More »
“[Jacques’ Brasserie] is designed for customers who relish old school glamour and authentic European flair, but don’t want to sit for a three-hour meal.
When I ask about the Jacques Brasserie menu, Haeringer jokes in his signature frankness, “French is back. And this whole place is unabashedly, unapologetically the classics. If you want something else, go somewhere else. This is what we‘re known for.” “
A journalist from Viva Tysons Magazine visits and provides an account of his experience in this article.Read More »
We’re honored to be named again as one of the Top Restaurants in America for 2019 by OpenTable diners, and only one of two restaurants named in the entire state of Virginia!
“Whether a restaurant has received national accolades or is built on local fanfare, our Top 100 reflects diners’ favorite culinary experiences across the country,” said Andrea Johnston, COO at OpenTable. “What ultimately ties these restaurants together is their excellent hospitality paired with incredible dishes, which is why diners are applauding them with rave reviews.”Read More »