At lunch, our menu is inspired by the culture of refined Parisian Brasseries updated with local and seasonal ingredients. Dinner will emulate a modern expression of the global influence on contemporary French cuisine that is designed to transport diners through evoking emotional connections.
Guests can anticipate a whimsical approach to dining that is meant to convey stories and memories that allow them to transcend the boundaries of the dining room. Both services are connected through Executive Chef Keith Bombaugh and Jenn Knowles' experiences of growing up in New England, as well as a strong connection to the mid-Atlantic and our culinary travels beyond.
Dessert will be a joyful celebration of the shared memories of our Pastry Chef Zoe Ezrailson, alumni Tammy Saunders and Jerry Zawacki . Lunch will showcase plated desserts displayed on our custom dessert trolley that include throwbacks such as a version of hand held oatmeal cream pie, strawberry and Lillet cream filled macaroons and a Black Forest Bombe. At dinner, the pastry trolley becomes our cheese cart and will highlight artisanal cheeses from local cheese makers as well as curated selections from varied d'affineurs.
Lunch will be available ala carte while dinner guests will have the options of dining ala carte, a 4 or 5 course pre-fixe or a 12 course long format tasting. Wine pairings will be available for all menus.
Located on the corner of 16th and Eye St. NW, guests are comfortably ensconced in the art deco interior while only one block away from the White House and hustle of the K St. corridor.