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Lemaire is a New American restaurant bringing a fresh, modern culinary experience to one of Virginia’s most iconic attractions – The Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia. The menu features extraordinary Virginia grown ingredients and the Southern influences of Richmond's food culture. The unique structure of the menu will allow you to customize your experience each time you visit while our distinctive spaces - the bar and lounge, the patio and the dining rooms –make any occasion special. The innovative cocktail list features classic libations with a modern twist and fresh, handcrafted ingredients. The wine list of over 200 offerings, including a robust selection of bottles under $30 and wines…
All reviews beef tenderloin sea scallops creme brulee oysters salad bisque hamburger potatoes bread fries jefferson hotel elegant setting special occasion fine dining service was impeccable anniversary dinner our waiter
Go to Lemaire for happy hour and try some of their cocktail and appetizer specials. The bar and the Hotel are as elegant and richly historic as it gets. The grand staircase where Gone With The Wind was filmed is a must see.
Great meal. Great service. Great wine list. Oysters were in still in season, so I had to order them. The restaurant has its own oyster bed. Wonderful. The lamb was off the bone tender. The restaurant has recently undergone a menu up grade. Well worth...More
Food was better than the uniform fare typical of hotel restaurants. I began with a black eye pea bisque at the (excellent) recommendation of our attentive waiter, followed by the pork chop and with a kumquat gastrique, cippolini onions, sweet potato disks and greens. My...More
My husband and I are quite the food lovers and we love to go to fine dining restaurants when we can. This place made our top 5 fine dining restaurants out of the 15 we’ve been to around the country. The decor is not extra...More
A wonderful dinner, beautifully presented by a friendly knowledgeable staff. Our steaks were tender, the sides were yummy, and we shared a dessert because it was Valentine's Day. The bar offers excellent Manhattans.
Looking to treat yourself and your significant other? This is the place. Nestled inside the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, you wont be disappointed. Be advised, this is not your average restaurant, so be prepared to pay $100 a plate/meal with drinks. But trust me, if...More
Lemaire is a great environment. As if the Jefferson Hotel wasn't great enough, Lemaire is perfect for happy hour and gathering with colleagues after work. Also the manager, Chauncey Jenkins, is awesome!
Dining at Lemaire in Richmond's elegant and historic Jefferson Hotel is a special occasion. The Five Diamond restaurant features a large bar and three dining rooms. Walk from the Versailles-like grand hall with pillars and Gone With The Wind-inspired grand staircase, Thomas Jefferson statue and...More
My husband and I love LeMaire for celebratory meals - great atmosphere and awesome farm to table food. Tonight was no exception. James was a fantastic server. Our meals were delicious - we both had fish, sheepshead and salmon. The beet salad was lovely. Dessert...More
A beautiful venue in this historic hotel. Impeccable service and interesting, well-prepared meals. The menus are inventive without being too far out and fussy, with an emphasis on local provisions. Although super-casual dress is not appropriate, I have seen people here that were not at...More
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I think they could do it very well. BUT ask them what else is going on at the Restaurant/hotel at the same. We were there at the same time as the University of Richmond ring exchange dance. Lots of rather noisy college... More
I think they could do it very well. BUT ask them what else is going on at the Restaurant/hotel at the same. We were there at the same time as the University of Richmond ring exchange dance. Lots of rather noisy college students might not mix well with your anniversary.