At Long Last Petite Cerise Opens Tuesday!! (March 14)

photo by Scott Suchman

From an email:

Petite Cerise, a new concept from Jeremiah Langhorne and Alex Zink of D.C.’s highly lauded The Dabney, is set to open its doors tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14.

Translated to “little cherry,” the highly anticipated restaurant provides guests with French-inspired, all-day dining influenced by their travels and love of classic French technique. Part casual neighborhood café, part energetic bistro, the restaurant was designed to encourage the French way of living and enjoying life, or “joie de vivre”.

photo by Scott Suchman

Inviting diners to slow down and savor their experience, the separate menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner were each built upon the values the pair find to be truly French: integrity of ingredients, technique, and an appreciation for culinary history and traditions–all complemented by an entirely French wine list and playful cocktail menu.

photo by Scott Suchman

Reservations for the bright, dual-level space complete with a full bar and outdoor dining in the warmer months are now available via Resy daily from 9 am – 10 pm, excluding Mondays.”

1027 7th Street, NW at L Street, NW

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