DC Living: La Ferme Restaurant


I recently had the pleasure to celebrate a gem of a restaurant in a suburb of Washington, DC. La Ferme Restaurant is a classic French restaurant that I never heard of. The restaurant celebrates thirty years in the city and is practically unheard of in the restaurant industry. In DC restaurants open and close faster than I can change my mascara, so it was a real treat to celebrate La Ferme. The Francophile in me has a new food favorite.

La Ferme reminds me of a rustic chalet in the French Alps. I am currently planning a full meal with a few of my Francophile friends so we can partake in the house-smoked Norwegian Salmon, Coq Au Vin, and an array of stinky French cheeses.

Later this spring, La Ferme will be adding a new bar, apply named Cognac, featuring a collection of wines, cocktails, and cognacs with a select bar menu offering small bites.

Learn more about La Ferme Restaurant and visit before the DC foodies find out. It’s the best-kept dining secret that soon won’t be a secret.


{House-Smoked Salmon.}


{Cognac wine which was delicious and potent.}


{Rendering of the new Cognac bar.}


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