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Bistrot du Coin

1738 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Bistrot du Coin

Bistrot du Coin opened its doors on Memorial Day of 2000 by Yannis Felix and Michel Verdon. The motto "French, Fun and Friendly" is their guideline to bring you the best experience ever at Bistrot Du Coin. The word bistrot is defined in french as a neighborhood restaurant where you can eat good food at a fair price. The typical color of a French bistrot is pale yellow to brown (otherwise known as Bistre) because the walls used to get dirty quickly from nicotine. Bistrot Du Coin is also known for its parties, hosted three times a year to celebrate famous French events such as Bastille Day, The Beaujolais Nouveau on the third Thursday of November and New Years Eve.

Members receive complimentary welcome amuse bouche and a round of drinks before or after dinner for the full party.

  • Reservations through the REGULUS Concierge are required.
  • Limited to parties of 6.
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