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Brasserie Liberte Brings the Flavors of France to Georgetown

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Newly opened Brasserie Liberte takes classic French cuisine and gives it an American twist. From European favorites like escargot, foie gras, and duck confit to more approachable fare (who doesn’t love a burger?), Brasserie Liberte’s menu hits the mark. If you’re not sure which way to go, opt for one of the frites dishes. Choose from moules (steamed mussels), crispy battered fried fish, or marinated hangar steak, plus a hefty side of house made fries to soak up all that rich sauce. 

But the French theme doesn’t stop at the food. The atmosphere at Brasserie Liberte is utterly immersive – like you just stepped foot into a chic cafĂ© during the French Revolution. The restaurant also includes an equally gorgeous side room for private dining, and it can accommodate 30 to 125 guests. Find Brasserie Liberte on Prospect Street, just off Wisconsin Avenue. Be sure to book a reservation for this new Georgetown hot spot before you go.  

shrimp dish with slice of lemon


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