- The Original French Bistrot in Washington DC -

Bistrot du Coin opened its doors on Memorial Day of 2000 by Yannis Felix and Michel Verdon. The motto is French, Fun and Friendly, this is our guideline to bring you the best experience ever at Bistrot Du Coin. The word Bistrot is defined in French as a neighborhood restaurant where you can eat good food at a fair price. The typical color of a French Bistrot is pale yellow to brown (otherwise known as Bistre) because the walls used to get dirty quickly from nicotine. Bistrot Du Coin is also known for its parties, three times a year to celebrate famous French events such as Bastille day on July 14th, The Beaujolais Nouveau on the third thursday of November or The New Year's Eve.

We are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Be our guest and discover our typical French dishes, tastful appetizers or French dessert. We are proud to introduce you to a large Wine List including sweet French wine, authentic French cocktails and apéritifs such as Ricard, Campari, Lillet, Suze... The best Champagne List with Moët et Chandon Brut Imperial, Veuve Clicquot, Taittinger, Ruinart, Perrier Jouët... Come visit us and live unforgettable moments in the coolest French Bistrot in Washington DC.

Yannis, Michel, Mato Bistrot Du Coin Avenue