La Bergerie is a fine dining, French restaurant located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia since 1976. Brothers Jean and Bernard Campagne-Ibarq opened La Bergerie in Arlington in 1974 and moved to Alexandria when the renovations of the historic Crilley Warehouse were complete. La Bergerie was one of the original restaurants in Old Town that helped spur the growth of Old Town into a popular foodie neighborhood. Laurent and Margaret Ticer Janowsky purchased La Bergerie from the Campagne brothers in 2000 as it was approaching its 25th anniversary year in Alexandria.
The Janowskys have been planning to move La Bergerie to 329 N. Washington Street (7 blocks away, also in the Old Town district) since June 2014. They received unanimous approvals for their proposed move, and the addition of an inn, from both the Alexandria Planning Commission and Alexandria City Council in October 2014. The project has been delayed since November 2014 when a small group of citizens filed a lawsuit against the City of Alexandria and the City Council for approving the project. In October 2016, the judge ruled in favor of the City, however, in December 2016, the plaintiffs filed notice of their intention to appeal the judge’s ruling to the Virginia Supreme Court.
La Bergerie closed in the Crilley Warehouse on December 24, 2016 but the Janowskys expect that the new project will ultimately move forward.
In 2012, the Janowsky family opened a second restaurant in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Del Ray Café. Laurent and Margaret look forward to continuing to greet their long-time La Bergerie guests at Del Ray Café, which offers many of the same specialties in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Breakfast: 8am - 10:45am
Lunch: 11am - 2:30pm
Dinner:5pm - 9pm (Sun-Thurs)
5pm - 10pm (Fri & Sat)
*Brunch: 8am -2:30pm
*Served on Saturday, Sunday and Major Holidays
205 E. Howell Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301