About Our French Inspired Kitchen

Here in La Cours kitchen , we take a tremendous amount of pride in keeping the vast majority of our menu in-house. From soups, appetizers, sauces, salad dressings to our desserts, we strive to keep with local product, as well as some imported items from France and Europe. Our amazing Chef is a magician and a great many of his specials have become regular items – his vegetarian gnocchi and braised beef short ribs, served every weekend, are a hot commodity around here!

Traditional French Bistro

Keeping with the Parisian bistro style of dining, we serve traditional French appetizers à la carte – including escargots, paté, plateaux of fromage and charcuterie and a delicious French Onion soup made completely from scratch in house – and keep to our basic entrée options, with an organic chicken, wild caught Alaskan salmon and pasta dish available every night.

Our In-House Desserts

Our desserts are made by our pastry chef, with many du jour flavors, to keep things fresh and new. We feature many options from our popular molleux au chocolat – a hot chocolate cake served with house-made French vanilla ice cream, to crème brulee, cheesecake, tarts, sorbets and ice creams, as well as several gluten free desserts, to name a few.

Sunday Brunch

We have a delicious Sunday brunch every week, with French toast and fun spins on traditional eggs Benedicts and our popular house-made quiches, as well as smashing desserts.

Allergens In The Kitchen

Additionally, we do try to pay careful attention to allergens, as much as possible. We get our gluten-free bread and Sunday brunch scones from Deby’s Bakery. Our kitchen is vegetarian friendly, and most of our sauces for our entrees are gluten-free.

We purchase our French bread from Trompeau Bakery, a fantastic bakery down the street from us!