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La Peg

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Monday through Thursday: 5pm to 10:30pm; Friday, Saturday: 5pm to 11:30; Sunday: 11am to 2pm, 5pm to 10pm

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An American In Paris: La Peg Revisited

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La Peg Promising Taco Trucks at Every Corner for Debate Tonight

This evening, La Peg is hosting “a proudly biased” viewing party for the third presidential debate. In response to Latinos for Trump founder Marco Gutierrez’s famous “taco trucks on every corner” line, chef Peter Woolsey is converting La Peg’s food truck into a taco truck for the night.

Guests will be have access to $3 carnitas tacos and $3 black bean and pineapple tacos. There will also be $3 Narragansett and Lionshead beers to make the debate bearable.

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Dinner And A Movie (And A Dirty Dancing Dance Party) At La Peg

Peter Woolsey‘s newly Americanized restaurant, La Peg, just announced a summer movie series, and they’ve got a pretty good themed lineup. We’re talking Labyrinth, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Airplane, Dr. Strangelove, Dirty Dancing… And all outside, in the shadow of the Ben Franklin Bridge, in La Peg’s beer-and-seafood garden.

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An American In Paris: La Peg Revisited


Photo courtesy Peggy Baud-Woolsey

When the server told me the special for the night was a plate of snails packed with herb butter, I didn’t get them, because snails wouldn’t really have gone with everything else we were ordering. Wouldn’t pair with the fried cheese curds. Wouldn’t sit right against the oysters Rockefeller or feel right sharing a table with the chicken potpie.

Further, the snails? They were just kind of sad. They’d been a star of chef Peter Woolsey’s menu during La Peg’s first iteration, as a funky, modernized and geographically unhinged French brasserie—the kind of place where you could get bone marrow with sauce gribiche served alongside scrambled eggs and toast as a snack at the bar on a Friday night, or authentically French onion soup, potato rosti, pho consommé, and coconut milk-laced mango and passion fruit sorbet for dessert. A place where the fat Burgundy snails sat proudly among the entrées and couldn’t have been more French if Woolsey’s crew had served them with tiny little Tricolour flags flying from their shells.

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