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Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt at the Embassy of France

  • Embassy of France 4101 Reservoir Road Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
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The 12:00 pm service is SOLD OUT - we are creating an OPTION for a 1:45 pm service and only a few tickets remain available for the Egg Hunt at 1:30 pm. Thank you for your understanding - we value the quality of the service and the enjoyment of everyone! 

Celebrate the arrival of Spring with a festive Easter Brunch prepared by Le Café Descartes and support our favorite charity.

Come single, as a couple or bring the whole family. We will accommodate your table plans and preferences. 

A fun and delicious Easter Egg Hunt will be organized for children under the age of ten after families attend the brunch(1:30pm). Children need to be accompanied by adults registered for the Brunch.

The exceptional "made in France" Easter menu prepared by Chef Mark Courseille includes:

- A Welcome Cocktail (for adults only), followed by wine cash bar.

- Cold Buffet: Oyster and Seafood Bar, Salads, Smoked Salmon, Cold Cuts and Cheeses.

- Hot Buffet: Salmon Safran Sauce, Petit Filet Mignon Red Wine Sauce with Green Beans, Brussel Sprouts and Potato croquettes.

- Easter Desserts: Rabbit Chocolate Mousse, Napoléon Crème Brulée, Lemon Eggs, Coffee Cream Puffs, Fruit Tarts and many more to choose from.

TICKETS HERE

Full Menu:  $75 per person (above the age of fifteen years old)
$15 for children under the age of fifteen years old
Free
for children under the age of five (pasta and chicken tenders) - Egg Hunt $5

This tax-free event is organized in partnership with the Comité Tricolore/Tricolore Committee and will benefit its charitable programs. 

The Comité Tricolore/Tricolore Committee is a 501C3 supporting the people in need in the French-American community of Washington D.C. It serves as an umbrella for many Franco-American clubs or association of the Washington, DC metropolitan area, and has, for almost 30 years, played a central role in strengthening the relationship between France and the United States.