From Alejandra Owens at One Bite At A Time
I mean, who hasn’t been to Bistrot Du Coin? If you’ve lived in the Dupont Circle area for more than six months, someone has either taken you or you’ve been drawn in by their infamous Bastille Day party or the annual Beaujolais Nouveau festival.
On Summer nights the front windows are thrown open, giving passersby a peek into their expansive and warmly-lit dining room. On winter nights you’ll find a mixed crowd of young women in heels, international transplants and and chic 20-somethings wrapped in coats smoking their cigarettes.
No matter the event, the day, the time of year it seems that Bistrot Du Coin has worked its way into this Duponters heart. So, tell me, what’s your Bistro story?
Where Am I Going? 1738 Connecticut Avene NW (spitting distance from Connecticut & Florida Avenues).
When Am I Going? Monday to Wednesday, 11:30 am to midnight; Thursday and Friday, 11:30 am to 1 am; Saturday, 11 am to 1 am; and Sunday, 11 am to midnight.
What’s the Paycheck Pain? Beef tenderloin might run you $26 but depending on what you’re craving there’s something at every price point on the menu. A pot of mussels (my current must-have dinner) run around $18. Tartines are around $7 for a half, $12 for a whole. There’s salads, desserts, pan-seared fish and more. Really, you can spend about as much as you want here and still eat very well.
Say What?: A place for friends to gather, or a place to take a third date–it’s a fun environment that’s unpretentious and makes you feel at ease. So speak up, laugh loud, lean back in your chair and relax.
What Will You Be Eating? Think of a French dish… Bistrot Du Coin will serve it.