In Good Taste

Le Garage Opens Its Doors

A French revolution is happening in Hampden.

By Jane Marion | May 13, 2014, 5:10 pm

Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites --Photo by Le Garage
In Good Taste

Le Garage Opens Its Doors

A French revolution is happening in Hampden.

By Jane Marion | May 13, 2014, 5:10 pm

Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites --Photo by Le Garage

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Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites is the newest spot to open in hipster Hampden. The restaurant bills itself as featuring “approachable French cuisine” (none of that snooty stuff). Look for the savory frites with creative dipping sauces, tartines with house-made chorizo, brie and figs, and a novel list of draft beers with a focus on French, Belgian, and local craft breweries. We also plan on saying “oui” to the advertised cheese course. (Fresh local goat ricotta with chestnut honey has our full attention.)

—Photo courtesy of Le Garage




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