Le Bistro Du Village was established in 1997 by husband and wife team Mustapha and Donna Snoussi. They had just relocated to Baltimore after living in Paris, France and began their first business by opening an upscale kiosk in the outside atrium of The Village of Cross Keys where they sold crêpes, panini, salads and more. The business was a success and they had acquired the clientele needed which would later support them in the opening of their Mt. Washington restaurant in 2000. The restaurant has expanded with the opening of an all year round heated terrace. Le Bistro Du Village has been part of the "Zagat" restaurant guide since 2003 where they describe dining on the terrace on a long summer evening as "almost feeling like Paris". The owner is often present to greet the guests and assure the quality of the food is at its best.
Friends treated my husband and me to a night out at this quaint French bistro. Between us we ordered a seafood dish, lamb, and duck. We tasted each other's selections and vowed to definitely order it for ourselves the next time we were there. I could not believe I had been passing around this lovely café for years without knowing of its excellence. On certain nights a group of talented musicians plays for guests. Even the burgers are a cut above what you would find in most local restaurants. What impressed me the most was that ALL of the menu items, dessert included, that I experienced were delicious. Our hats off to the chefs!
We have a very unique menu no other restaurant can offer in Baltimore. Our variety of French food lets you experience and explore the many regions of France’s culinary traditions.
whether you are craving duck confit or our famous crepes, you will find it here at Le Bistro Du Village.
We serve Brunch every saturday and sunday with a variety of choices like eggs benedict, omelets, waffles, and savory crêpes all in one menu.
Our daily lunches include choices of sandwiches, soups, salads, and our savory and dessert crêpes.
Dinners are served with uniquely French options such as coq au vin, trout meunière, “Bistro” mussels, “carré” (rack) of lamb, our famous "Le Cheeseburger to die for", and our savory or sweet crêpes and desserts are always available.
Join us for the most authentic French cuisine in Baltimore!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1615 Sulgrave Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21209, United States