|We’re very happy to be introducing our new Brasserie Brunch that will be served at Jacques’ Brasserie on Saturdays beginning at 11:30am and Sundays starting at noon. Our Brunch includes Sauders’ Lancaster Organic Farm Fresh Omelettes, Jacques’ Alsatian Tarte Flambées Benedict, and our version of Crêpes Suzette. We take reservations for brunch, as well as walk-ins, and the regular Brasserie menu options will also be available. Don’t forget our Brasserie Brunch “Pick me Ups” including our Chez Francois tasty Mimosa, L’Aperitif du Patron, and a nice glass of Cremant d’Alsace! We hope you’ll come in to sample an Alsatian-style brunch one weekend soon.
The onsite organic gardens are flourishing this month. Papa always loved gardening, but thought that vegetable gardens required too much work. We are proud to say, we now have three gardens planted with herbs such as French tarragon, basil, sage, parsley and par-cel, which looks like parsley and tastes like celery. I love it in our salads. Other vegetables popping up are the zucchinis, cucumbers, squashes, and peppers. The haricots verts are growing and in full abundance! The vegetables rotate and we replant every few weeks so the harvest lasts longer. You’ll find these vegetables in our new crudité garden salad or as an accompaniment to your entree. Coming soon are a variety of tomatoes, which we use for our house-made Bloody Marys, gazpacho, and salads. We always pride ourselves in bringing produce directly from our garden to your plate. Happy gardening – here’s to healthy and tasty eating!
Chef Jacques, Paul, and the team of L’Auberge Chez François