Midnight in Paris – in Georgetown
- Seating in the main dining room is Parisian style, that is to say, elbow-to-elbow. In the more ornate dining room next door — think carved and gilded walls — there’s more space and a couple of cozy high-backed booths.
- Those in the know go for a late-night off-the-menu special of steak a la minute on a crisp baguette.
- Besides the usual bottles and wines by-the-glass, look for some nice half bottles as well as magnums on the wine list.
Good to Know
- Just like any neighborhood bistro in Paris, the restaurant has its regulars, some who come in nightly. The crowd is a mix of locals and business folk and, since this is Georgetown, a sprinkling of tourists.
- The restaurant is open until 3am Sunday through Thursday and 4am on Friday and Saturday.
- Along with a la carte choices, there are several prix fixe menus: A three-course $19.95 lunch menu from 11am to 4pm and a slightly more expansive three-course dinner menu for $24.95 from 5 to 7pm and 10:30pm to 1am.
·Hanger Steak with Frites
·Good Value: Font Sane Gigondas, 2008, $63
·Splurge-Worthy: Chassagne Montrachet, 2003, White Burgundy, Les Vergers Marc Morey, $145
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