In Good Taste

Le Garage Debuts Tomorrow

Get a taste of French food in Hampden.

By Eva Niessner | April 24, 2014, 3:10 pm

-Le Garage
In Good Taste

Le Garage Debuts Tomorrow

Get a taste of French food in Hampden.

By Eva Niessner | April 24, 2014, 3:10 pm


-Le Garage


No need to book a plane to Paris if you want French food—Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites is opening in Hampden on Friday, April 25.

Le Garage features gourmet pommes frites with a wide variety of dipping sauces, like green goddess dressing and Old Bay ketchup.  A small frites shop at the front of the restaurant will have frites and dips for the diner on the go.

But that's not the only item on the restaurant’s menu.  Le Garage is also serving up an assortment of French meals and peasant dishes for guests to enjoy, like mussels, escargot, rabbit, and duck.

Chef Sarah Acconcia has described the fare as approachable and affordable, and as a side of French dining that many people have never experienced.

The bar includes 14 different draft beers from France, Belgium, and the local area. There is also an all-French list of wines, like La Croix Belle Chardonnay 2012 and Anne de Joyeuse Malbec 2012.

Le Garage opens at 5 p.m. daily.

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