Lutèce, the Popal Group’s revamped Café Bonaparte on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown, is now led by chef Matt Conroy.
After a recent renovation, the former Cafe Bonaparte is doubling down on its Frenchness by eighty-sixing the crepes, according to new chef Martin Senoville.
The retail and restaurant mix of Georgetown and nearby neighborhoods keeps churning, sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly and sometimes surprisingly.
The latest ins and outs aptly tell the tale of Georgetown’s ongoing retail quandary. It was a relief to see that the temporarily closed Cafe Bonaparte has reopened after its facelift.
During Saturday’s House Tour, St. John’s Episcopal Church hosted, in addition to afternoon tea, an organ recital and a panel discussion by Georgetown architects and designers.