The Hotel Fauchère has three associated restaurants offering a wide array of cuisine. The Delmonico Room features fine regional American cuisine in an elegant and traditional setting. Bar Louis is an elegant, stylish and contemporary environment for casual dining, with great cocktails and music. Our newest addition, 403 Broad, is located immediately next door to the Hotel, in the historic Emerson House. It is a bakery by morning, sandwich spot for lunch, and pasta and pizza shop by night.
Located on the ground level of the hotel, Bar Louis is an elegant, stylish and contemporary environment for casual dining from lunch through late-night, with great cocktails and music. The sleek space was designed by architect William Reue to be “subtle, timeless and elegant.”
When the weather is fine, there’s no better place than the front porch of the Hotel Fauchère, one of the most popular dining venues in the region. Al fresco porch seating, available for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, offers a front-row seat to the busy life of a small-town, historic main street.
The Delmonico Room is named after Louis Fauchère’s friends and former employers, the Delmonico brothers, who owned Delmonico’s restaurant in New York. Like Fauchère, the Delmonicos were French-speaking natives of Switzerland.
Immediately next door to the main hotel in a 1904 Queen Anne mansion is the Pâtisserie Fauchère, offering fresh croissant, baked goods, artisan breads, soup, sandwiches, fresh-squeezed organic juices, desserts and locally-produced specialty foods.