Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Cognac Le Bar opens at La Ferme in Chevy Chase today (Photos)

Be one of the first to experience Cognac Le Bar at French favorite La Ferme in Chevy Chase, opening today at 4:30 PM. The new addition will feature small plates, handcrafted cocktails and a wide selection of imported Cognacs.

Choices include house-smoked salmon crostini; crispy pita wedges with cucumber salad, French Moroccan Merguez sausage, tzatziki yogurt and pickled onions; and a broiled Tartine Classique, with Mornay sauce, ham and Emmental cheese.

Cognac cocktails include The French 75, which takes its name from the French 75-millimeter howitzer cannon, and features Cognac, Champagne and lemon juice. Cognac, raspberry liqueur, and Champagne are combined in the Pink Love. Or try a Parisian Negroni with VS Cognac, sweet vermouth, and Campari.

Le Bar will be open 4:30 PM until closing Monday through Saturday, and 12 noon to closing on Sunday. Happy hour will be Monday-Friday 4:30 to 6:30 pm, with special prices on select drinks and food.

While enjoying the food and drink, check out the tiles inset in the bar that bear French sayings and Cognac designations, and the rotating series of sketches by local artist Mike Caplanis.

7101 Brookville Road
(301) 986-5255

Photos courtesy La Ferme


Anonymous said...

Trump voters will feel unwelcome here.

Anonymous said...

Relieved to see you back. Some were concerned for your welfare after Trump's performance in the debate Monday night.

Anonymous said...

Yet another post focused on alcohol


Anonymous said...

Is Dyer's howitzer 75 mm long?

Anonymous said...

At 8:00 on a Wednesday morning, no less.

Anonymous said...

Looks nice. Modern. Not the stodgy low-light and leather.

Poppy said...