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Macon Bistro & Larder: The South meets France, in Chevy Chase Circle By Tom Sietsema, Tuesday, May 27 A new restaurant near menu-starved Chevy Chase Circle could probably serve cheese and crackers and attract the neighborhood’s attention. A round of applause, then, for the ambition displayed by Macon Bistro & Larder, which just opened in the Chevy Chase Arcade.
A Beautiful New Restaurant Space in Chevy Chase, DC: Macon Bistro and Larder Flowers are blooming, Rock Creek Park is at its stunning best full of zillions of leafy green trees and though temperatures are warming up, we are still enjoying nice evening breezes. Don’t you love Spring in DC? It has been ages since I have posted here, but I must say that I am feeling very inspired, and wanted to share a brand new space in my neighborhood […]
By Anna Spiegel Photographs by Jeff Elkins The melding of French and Southern cuisines isn’t anything new; half the beloved Louisiana classics wouldn’t exist without the fusion. Still you won’t find crawfish étouffée or boudin balls on the menu at Macon Bistro & Larder, where chef/owner Tony Brown brings his own style of Franco-American cuisine to Chevy Chase.
By Missy Frederick Macon Bistro & Larder draws from both Southern and French influences in its food, and its decor also reflects a cozy yet classy atmosphere. The Chevy Chase restaurant features a light-up sign bearing its name, an open kitchen and chalkboard-esque signs displaying the snacks of the day. There are delicate chandeliers, wood accents and eye-catching floral print wallpaper.