Malmaison, Café and Bar, Opens in Georgetown Today

34th and Water St, NW

From the Georgetown BID:

Malmaison: Opening June 17th!

The Popal family, best known for Napoleon Bistro and Café Bonaparte, is pleased to announce the expansion of their French culinary dossier with Malmaison, Georgetown’s newest upscale café and bar, catering to the sophisticated palette of the savvy, well-traveled Washingtonian. Malmaison was the first home of Napoleon and his wife Josephine and this concept aims to provide the ambiance of an international retreat right on the banks of Georgetown’s Waterfront. Malmaison will be open for lunch and dinner, six days a week – Tuesday through Sunday – through Labor Day weekend. Lunch at Malmaison will include a range of soups, salads and sandwiches. Dinner entrée selections notably include Roasted Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella Ravioli with Basil Sauce and Arugula Salad, Homemade Duck Confit with Sautéed Potatoes with Frisee Salad and Glazed Vegetables and Cod with a Crust of Mushrooms and Relish of Shallots and Herbs.


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  • “catering to the sophisticated palette of the savvy, well-traveled Washingtonian. ” – WTF!!

  • It’s a cool space for parties and they did a really nice renovation, but the drinks are spendy. I have no idea what happens there during the daytime hours.

    I think they are still trying to get their bearings. Its in an out-of-the-way location.

  • Holy cow, I used to work in that building. We had the upper floor and part of the basement, the rest of that ground floor was a small personal trainer gym. It’s no joke that that location is out of the way, it’s literally underneath the Key Bridge. And parking around there is horrendous… the parking meter attendants would park down there to chill out in their rides, smoke cigarettes and paper cars as soon as their meters would expire.

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