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Acerca de Jacques' Brasserie at L'Auberge Chez Francois
Great Falls, VA 22066
Estilo de comida:
Francesa, Comida reconfortante
Horas de operación:
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:30am – 1:30 pm
Sunday: Open all day from 11:00am – 7:30 pm
Tuesday – Friday: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday: 4:30pm – 9:30pm
Sunday: 3:00pm – 7:30pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 1:30pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Beach Mill Road
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Opciones de pago
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Acceso para silla ruedas, Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo, Cargo por descorche, Cervezas, Hora feliz, Menú sin gluten, Mesas en el exterior, Para no fumadores, Restaurante bar, Salón privado, Trae tu propio vino, Vinos
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Jacques' Brasserie at L'Auberge Chez Francois calificaciones y reseñas
What can I say - it's the mini version of L'Auberge Chez Francois. It is delicious and you won't want to leave once your there. It is so beautiful and comfortable. So much to chose from - I always start with the roquefort cheese tart. I could eat that every day. The soups are amazing! Today I had one of my favorite - pea soup. I am not joking when I say that I could drink it. It is so smooth and hearty. You can never go wrong with the omelet. Light, fluffy, airy. Another must try is the Beef Bourguignon. Beautiful, earthy, hearty and you will try it again and again. Don't miss out on a souffle for dessert. I always get the raspberry but they have several other choices. But another dessert you must try is the lime tart with lime sorbet. It is everyone's favorite right now. The service is exceptional. Everyone at Jacques like L'Auberge Chez Francois makes the experience even more special.
Had a wonderful evening and the food was delicious as always. The service is just what you would expect and never intrusive. The restaurant is cozy in the winter and typically full as it is a destination restaurant for many in the area. We have never been disappointed (except when we couldn't get a table!) with the food, service, wine selection and overall reception we receive when dine here. Highly recommend!
One of my all time favorite restaurants. The food is delicious, service is warm & attentive, and it’s reasonably priced. I had the beef bourguignon, which was fantastic, & practically melted in my mouth. We’ve never had anything here we didn’t enjoy. Thank you for a lovely birthday celebration!
Open Table send me an email asking "How was Jacques Brasserie at L'Auberge Chez Francois?" They're kidding, right? A million 5 star reviews and they don't know the answer? L'Auberge Chez Francois is the best restaurant in the DC area (a radius that includes Washington, Virginia) and the Brasserie is comfortable setting for enjoying their spectacular food, wine and service. Seriously, it's been in business longer than I've been alive - and it's the only restaurant I know that is better than ever.
First trip to the Brasserie, as we normally are upstairs in the "normal" dining room. If you are looking for the same delicious food as upstairs, but in an a la carte menu, you want to go the Brasserie. During the day, you miss the ambiance of the upstairs restaurant, both its inside and outside views. But at night, it might be even more cozy downstairs.
My meal at the Brasserie was great as always. My steak was cooked correctly, my beans just so, the pomm frites were crispy, and dessert hit the spot. The staff were helpful and ready to assist. All around, an excellent meal on a Saturday night.
We have eaten at L'Auberge Chez Francois, upstairs to the Brasserie, many times and had wonderful meals. The Brasserie is downstairs, much smaller and cozier. But the service, food, and ambiance just as excellent. They serve great bistro food, and the service is warm, relaxed, and confident. Over the holiday season, my husband enjoys Brandy Milk Punch, but unfortunately very few places know of it, or know how to make a good one (even when presented with a recipe). I looked up Brennan's (of New Orleans) recipe on my phone, showed it to our waiter, Andrew, he took it up to the bartender and came back with a perfectly made Brandy Milk Punch. Andrew was very helpful, professional, self-assured, had a sincere smile. We never felt rushed and he was very patient when we took a while to place our orders (we had a lot of catching up to do with friends we hadn't seen in a while). He was knowledgeable about the menu and was able to describe various dishes in detail that helped our selections. Our friends were impressed and we all agreed it to be worth repeated visits.
This is the downstairs pub area for this well-known restaurant. It's less expensive, but still not cheap. Service is very attentive and the food excellent. The only thing that I'd change is the noise level. Because the ceilings are not as high as upstairs, it's not as quiet as you'd expect. Otherwise, this is a wonderful place to eat and I highly recommend it!
We had our 6th wedding anniversary dinner and it didn’t disappoint! We had the cassoulet and Waygu beef cheeks which were both the ultimate comfort food. The garlic bread was made with fresh chopped garlic and toasted to perfection. We ordered the Baked Alaska for dessert where the trio sorbet was refreshing and the merengue was light and not overly sweet-just perfect! The server was attentive and accommodating - water and bread basket was never empty. The ambiance was intimate and cozy. We were happy to have chosen such a classy and affordable restaurant for our anniversary.
The downstairs Brasserie at l'Auberge is an excellent alternative to l'Auberge when upstairs has no vacancies or just for a more casual and cheaper alternative. Although the Brasserie offers its own, smaller menu it also offers the full upstairs menu or wine list with the same very high standards either way. The service downstairs is just as professional as upstairs but far less formal. Of course the atmosphere and decor of the various dining rooms upstairs is far superior to the Brasserie's cozy basement hideaway but it serves excellent meals at very good value.
Such a pleasant change from restaurants that have a million tv screens and music blaring. I so appreciated the soft classical music and the friendly waitstaff. The food was delicious - wonderful flavors in all the dishes down to the side of mixed veggies. My toddlers were able to tour the gardens in the back while we waited for our meal.
My friend and myself have visited Jacque's on several occasions as well as it's parent, Chez Francois. Regardless of the venue, upstairs or down, the meal and service has always been
most satisfactory and the menus' at both provide dishes for every taste. Be sure to enjoy their dessert soufflé.
Wonderful, delicious smaller version of L'Auberge Chez Francois. It is so relaxing. I could stay there all day. Service is over the top. Dany and everyone at Jacques' Brasserie are great! Best service. The lentil soup is the best. I love it and crave it. I also love their pea soup. Garlic toast with cottage cheese sounds simple but this is like nothing you will taste. I could eat it all day. You cannot go wrong with anything you order. Every morsel is thoughtful.
This jewel of a restaurant is always packed. No wonder, the same great food as in the fine dining L'Auberge Chez Francois above, the ability to have one course or as many as you want and very reasonable prices. One thing this place does better than most is soup. Any of them are excellent but the onion in the fall and winter and the gazpacho in the summer are our favorites. So much so that we buy some to bring home.
I have been going to original restaurant for over 30 years and loved it Everytime I have gone. This was first time to new section and after adding up all the courses the price want significantly lower enough to justify the smaller menu and the food wasn't up to the standards. Could've gone much less expensive places and gotten same level of food. The service is always wonderful. The decorations and furniture pay homage to original but are outdated. We sat next to. A window and it was cold not being modern insulated window
This was the second time at this restaurant for my husband and myself. This time we brought another couple with us. We all enjoyed ourselves. The service we received and the food we ordered was so very good. We each ordered something different and had no complaints at all. The only thing I would suggest is to be offered a second cup of coffee. I know that means people will stay a little longer but it would be nice to have that second cup. We did not feel rushed to leave and the evening was a relaxing and enjoyable experience with good friends. We all will be back.
L'Auberge Chez Francois is a legendary destination in the DC area for a traditionally authentic French menu, and the downstairs Brasserie adds an informal ambience. It's a hit for birthdays and other indulgent dining. The seasonal outdoor patio is delightful, especially for a country luncheon experience. I'm a longtime fan. Its restaurant memories go back to the days of the Kennedy administration, when Chez Francois was not that far from the White House. Since in a Great Falls VA true inn setting. And great martinis!
I expect the best when I dine at l’Auberge or the brasserie and we got it again. L’Auberge has been my favorite since it was downtown before it was a farmhouse and brasserie widens the options. We were there at the end of the day on Sunday and our waiter was very patient with us.
I had been to L'Auberge a number of times and loved it. I was hopeful that I could have a special dinner with a lower cost at Jacques Brasserie. I was not disappointed. The ambiance and service were excellent. The restaurant was dimly lit and romantic. The food was excellent. This is not a price fix menu so you can order less food. The entrees have fewer expensive garnishes (like crabmeat), which I don't like anyway. It was a wonderful evening and I will definitely go back.
Great food, great service. My friend and I were catching up after not seeing each other for a long time. The waiter did not intrude but took care to make sure we had everything and the wine was always poured. The vanilla vinaigrette was a perfect compliment to the lobster and asparagus salad and the wild mushroom crepe was scrumptious (we split both for a light lunch).
We totally enjoyed the afternoon.
L'Auberge Chez Francois and Jacques Brasserie are classic and timeless and never disappoint. Charming in atmosphere and every bit the French country inn restaurant, the food is always stellar and the staff attentive. It's always difficult to choose where to dine - upstairs at L'Auberge, downstairs at Jacques' or outside in the garden. Everything is sublime and thoroughly enjoyable.
The food at Jacques' Brasserie was fantastic as were the beverage choices! The service, however, was not on a par with the service that I would normally expect for a restaurant of this caliber. Drinks were slow to arrive, the order was very slow to be taken, a special request was denied by the Chef and we did our own table bussing between courses and piled the dishes at the end of the table. No explanation was offered for the haphazard service and we were left to intuit that the upstairs was very busy....
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