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Café Bonaparte – Washington, DC

A safe bet in Georgetown


Restaurant Category : Cafe, French, Sandwiches

Café Bonaparte, a shabby-chic Parisian style café in Washington, DC serves French and European cuisine. This café is located just a couple off the main strip in Georgetown.

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We were at Café Bonaparte for lunch. A small quaint café, Café Bonaparte had an elegant yet chic French décor. The intimate atmosphere was accentuated by the dim lighting. Tables were placed quite close to each other. The menu had a good selection of soups and salads, sandwiches and tartines, savory and sweet crepes, gourmet teas and coffees, desserts, champagne and wines along with classic French bistro fare.

I ordered the soup of the day and the Ibiza sandwich. The soup of the day was a robust tomato soup that did wonders to warm me up on the inside. But did it impress me much? The answer would be “No”. The Ibiza sandwich was made of Boar’s head roast beef with sauteed onions, green peppers and melted Provolone cheese with fresh aoli on a freshly baked baguette. It was fresh, there was no doubt to it. And it was good, but it just wasn’t that outstanding. Both the soup and the sandwich did what they were meant to do, they filled me up.

Service at this café in Georgetown was slow and was when they only had a small handful of customers. Overall, Café Bonaparte offered good food at reasonable prices. The experience was pretty much similar to what you would expect from a small bistro like this. Our rating for this café in Georgetown is Almost Bombastic.

What I liked: The French bistro experience

What I didn’t like: The food was good, but not that impressive

Rating: Almost Bombastic

Address and Telephone Number:
Café Bonaparte
1522 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: (202) 333-8830
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