La Peg Is Officially Open

La Peg at FringeArts | Photo by Kevin Monko

La Peg at FringeArts | Photo by Kevin Monko

Peter Woolsey’s
La Peg is now officially open at Race Street and Columbus Boulevard. The brasserie in the FringeArts building has an emphasis on small plate French food and is currently open nightly for dinner and late-night bar bites. The menu ranges from $3 bites to $27 for a steak frites dish. A $30 dinner includes French Onion soup or trio of salads; roasted half-chicken with fries or salmon with horseradish; and chocolate cake or la peg sundae.

Check out the full menus and some photos:

Fall Menu for La Peg (PDF)
Beer Menu at La Peg (PDF)
La Peg Wine Menu (PDF)

La Peg [Foobooz]

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  • Dan

    A “fringe” art venue in a modern industrial space with an incredibly boring food and drink menu. Interesting contrast.

    • Mike Oneill

      Did you eat there?

      • Dan

        No, but unlike Floyd Mayweather I can read. Salmon, roast chicken, steak frites – blah.

        • Mike Oneill

          So you think they should have gone with something more “fringe” and experimental?

  • Harry

    Put the comments thread back on the homepage @foobooz!

  • Elle

    Oohh… Intriguing, approachable french cuisine… I LIKE!!!

  • Tony

    Keep the daring and experimental fringy stuff on the stage. I’m happy to have a menu filled with great, classic dishes at affordable prices.