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About Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar
>Easy free parking in the evening (after 6:30PM)
** WHEN BOOKING A TABLE, PLEASE LET US KNOW YOUR PREFERENCE BETWEEN THE MAIN DINING ROOM AND THE WINE BAR. **
Special Prix Fix menus only days: Valentine dinner, Easter Brunch, Mother day, Christmas Eve and Day, New Year Eve.
Celebrating its 21st year Anniversary, this Grand Little restaurant is part of Georgetown’s culinary landscape and has been awarded one of the Ten Best Restaurant in the Country by Bon Appetit and Top 40 by Zagat
We are offering classic, regional and contemporary French cuisine.
At the Wine Bar, you will feel as comfortable and relaxed as you would in your home and now you can enjoy live Jazz performances every Monday and Wednesday nights, starting at 7pm.
**OPEN TABLE RESERVATIONS ARE FOR DINING PATRONS ONLY, NOT FOR DRINKS **
Visit our Sister Bistrot, La Piquette on 3714 Macomb Street Nw. in Cleveland Park - Tel: 202 686 2015 - email@example.com
Washington, DC 20007
French, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Main Dining Room/Kitchen: Brunch:Saturday & Sunday 11am - 2:30pm; Lunch:Monday to Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday to Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm; Wine Bar: Daily: 5:30pm to 12:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Every Monday and Wednesday, we have a Jazz singer ensemble at the Wine Bar. The show starts 7PM until 10PM. Please call us and reserve a table for your dinner. Thank you
Nothing too large or too small.
You may use the complimentary parking lot across the street from us (Wisconsin and S street) after 6:30PM. It is free and has always spaces.
Foggy bottom metro station in Georgetown
Private Party Facilities:
Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar offers 3 private rooms for seated dinners, cocktail receptions and buffets whether for an intimate dinner with friends, a large corporate banquet or to have the entire restaurant all to yourself.
Private Party Contact:
Cyrille Brenac: (202) 333-0111
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Complimentary wine tasting at the wine bar every Tuesday, from 6 to 8pm
Live jazz music on Monday and Wednesday night at the Wine Bar. Performance starts at 6:30pm on Mondays and 7:00pm on Wednesdays.
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Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar Ratings and Reviews
Classic French cuisine, impeccably prepared and served with great warmth. The restaurant is small enough that, even when busy, conversation is easy. Not oppressively formal, although the menu has such classics as veal cheeks. The wine carte is well selected. Upstairs is a warm, cozy bar with comfortable seating and artful decor.
This was a great find in Georgetown. We had a wonderful table in the wine bar upstairs. The waiter Martin was very attention and helpful, but not overbearing, he had a wonderful disposition. Highly recommend the happy hour, we started our dinner early before seven, and were able to try a number of different wines by the glass due to happy hour price. Food was very good. Very enjoyable.
The food, service, and ambiance were great! Ordered the terrine to start and the flavor and preparation was out of this world. They have some oldies but goldies on the menu but I recommend trying some of their specialities. The kidneys were extremely flavorful and tender. The server was attentive and the owner stopped by the table to check on the food. Will definitely come back!
A quiet location located outside the hubbub of Georgetown that met my desire for not being noisy (business discussion). But I'd have to say the food was at best 'ok' and when the bill came (with one glass of wine) I was shocked at the price. Not one I'd recommend or try again. But maybe we tried the wrong things. I had the fish special and associate had the duck confit. I don't think either of us were impressed.
We had a wonderful dinner with an excellent bottle of wine for my birthday. I have wanting to visit this restaurant for awhile now and DC Restaurant Week was the perfect occasion. My wife enjoyed the Beef Medallion and I had the Kidney dish (Rognons de veau). Both were very filling and were on the Restaurant Week menu. Oh yea, the wine - we enjoyed a bottle of red Cahors from the south of France - delicious, melt in your mouth flavor.
As if anticipating the excellent food were not enough, the very friendly and caring service is beyond what is expected or received in most restaurants.
My husband and I always leave the bistro anticipating our next return.
I introduced a few friends to Le Pepic after a concert recently and they are now ardent followers also.
The appetizers are so good, particularly the onion tart. I most often order fish, and every time it is perfectly cooked.
Also a hit with everyone, is the free parking directly across from the restaurant.
Wonderful restaurant! Menu includes dishes you won't find everywhere (e.g., veal kidneys my husband thought were out of this world). There's a reasonably priced, well thought out wine list. All the food was excellent, from appetizer and bread through dessert. Service was appropriately attentive and friendly. We were visiting from out of town; if we lived in Georgetown we'd be there every week.
This is one of the most reliable and most pleasant DC restaurants I know. It's an intimate place that's comfortable and unassuming with an wonderful French menu. The staff is about as professional as it gets and helps to make it a very satisfying place to eat. You know they are going to be respectful, but engaging, and that things will go smoothly with logistics almost unnoticed. The menu has a number of "standards" that I crave and sometimes struggle to choose among - the onion tart or their soups as starters, the salmon in potato crust, liver (if you gotta eat it, do it there) or any of the fish specials. The desserts are wonderful - yes, the floating island nearly DOES float. Parking is effortless on S Street. Dinner there always is something I look forward to.
Lovely and quiet, Bistrot Lepic is a nice reprieve from the Georgetown burger and bar scene. We enjoyed a civilized meal, well prepared with fresh ingredients. Surprisingly, our servers seemed indifferent to the great food they were serving...bored, almost. I don't know why. Bistrot Lepic was a nice oasis within strike of the bustling hubbub of Georgetown.
My family went to Bistrot Lepic for my birthday, and it was a great choice. The food was wonderful, the service was excellent, and they did something very sweet - my mother mentioned to the server that it was my birthday, and during the dessert course, though I didn't get a dessert, they brought out a complimentary glass of champagne with a birthday candle taped to it. Made my night :).
The Spousal Unit and I eat French regularly and decided to go to Bistrot Lepic for a change. The food was made from quality ingredients, expertly prepared and beautifully presented by an attentive staff. The wine list was loaded with treasures and shows the owner's discerning wine sense. Would have gotten top marks all around except for one thing, the incense. Incense is used when closing up for the night and was still very much in evidence when we arrived. For heaven's sake, buy an ionizer. The sense of smell and taste are closely linked and the incense interfered with the enjoyment of the meal. I'm astonished that a wine-loving owner would consider incense an acceptable substitute for ventilation and a dehumidifier.
All four of us thought our food was delicious. I particularly enjoyed the three composed salad entree. The chocolate tart was good but so intense that it should be shared among four. The jazz trio was excellent, creating an enriching ambiance. It all made for a memorable evening.
We enjoyed dinner for Ladies Night Out at Bistrot Lepic. The food and atmosphere were tres French! Enjoyed French wine selections, l'escargot, as well as our various entrees. The only downside, the tables are very close together, and being seated next to a loud talker means you get to hear the entire conversation of the table next to you. Still, we would return the next time we're in DC.
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