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Late Night Haunt Bistro Français is Now Closed in Georgetown

After 41 years of operation

Bistro Francais
Bistro Francais
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Georgetown mainstay Bistro Français has officially served its last meals in Georgetown.

The restaurant, located at 3124 M St. NW, served its last meals over the weekend. News of the pending closure broke last month, when the owner said it was time to retire amidst a changing neighborhood.

The 41-year-old restaurant was a particular favorite among the chef community, partly due to its late-night hours. On Facebook, chef and owner Gerard Cabrol posted this goodbye: "Thank you all my Bistro family, sincerely, for being true professionals, for being inspirational! You are a great team. Bistro Francais's successful outcome, the result of all your hard work and dedication, is [due] to you. Thank you for the pleasure and privilege of working with you!"

Bistro Français

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