See the entire issue here: Tasting Panel Magazine – November 2018
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We are honored to be featured in Northern Virginia Magazine’s May 2018 issue!
Join us for a delightful experience in the Brasserie, as it was recently named as being one of the top happy hour spots in the region!
Read the review below:
Though this tiny, red, L-shaped bar located in the downstairs eatery of L’Auberge Chez Francois is hard to find—park in the back—don’t overlook this beloved Great Falls treasure. A spot that is frequented by locals (patrons, most in their 30s and 40s, are known by name and some are greeted with hugs) this sophisticated happy hour is less about getting drunk and more about overall experience; one that seems, perhaps because the cottage-like building is tucked away in the woods, enchanting. While dining on the recommended braised wagyu beef cheeks and individual Alsatian tarte flambee, flip over the menu and read up on how Chef Jacques’ décor and menu choices are a tribute to his father. If you’re looking for a quiet evening out and want to eat French cuisine, this is the place to go. –RK //
To view the article online, click here: Northern Virginia Magazine
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Chef Jacques spoke to Washington Gardener Magazine about our on-site gardens.
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Love is in the air and this engaged couple had a gorgeous photo shoot at L’Auberge Chez François.
https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/07/14/bastille-day-french-engagement-shoot-northern-virginiaRead More »
We are thrilled to have received an “extraordinary to perfect” rating by Zagat.
“Everything clicks” at this “charming” country French setting in Great Falls where the staff is “really glad to see you” and you “want to love everything” – the “plentiful” Provençal comfort classics, the “picture-perfect” garden dining and the all-“inclusive” prix fixe pricing; “dated in a good way”, it’s been a “favorite special-occasion” choice for decades, though for more relaxed dining, there’s also an “adorable” brasserie downstairs.Read More »