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Le Garage to open Friday in former Dogwood space

The Le Garage logo, with 36th Street reflected in the window.
The Le Garage logo, with 36th Street reflected in the window. (photo courtesy Le Garage)

A new Hampden spot, Le Garage, will have its official opening on Friday.

Part bar, part restaurant, Le Garage will serve a menu of simple and straightforward French fare, with entree prices range from $16 to $23, according to information provided by the restaurant. The chef is Sarah Acconcia, former sous chef of Maggie's Farm and executive chef of 13.5% Wine Bar.

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The specialties at Le Garage are tartines, a kind of French open-faced sandwich, and pommes frites. The frites, which can be ordered with a choice of 18 dipping sauces, will also be sold out of the ground-level space that The Dogwood operated for a time as a carry-out cafe.

The main dining room at Le Garage will be slightly below ground, as it was at Dogwood. The restaurant's name is partly a reference to its lower-level space.

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The restaurant's 14-draft beer list will focus on Belgian, French and local craft breweries. Its wine list will be an all-French affair.

Le Garage is at 911 W. 36th St. in Hampden. For information call 410-243-6300 or go to legaragebaltimore.com.

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