Source: Le Diplomate
A little bit of Paris in Logan Circle… You won’t feel out of place here, as the dining room is regularly full of families, alongside politicians and classy couples.
What to eat While there’s not set children’s menu, pipsqueaks can choose from a variety of options from brunch to dinner, namely breakfast pastries, gougères, omelettes, macaroni au gratin, and ricotta ravioli. French classics like moules frites and beef bourguignon are delicious and perfectly executed.
Pipsqueak tip Brunch begins at 9:30am on both Saturday and Sunday, making it an ideal indulgence when tending to an early rising infant. Also open daily for lunch, the restaurant has plenty of highchairs and a changing table.