Voted Best Restaurant, Use of Local Food, and Finalist for Best Vegan/Vegetarian Dish!!
Listed on the National Historic Register and located in one of Northwest Ohio's oldest commercial establishments on the first floor, the Dégagé Jazz Café features an intimate club setting and an outdoor patio.
Select from our newly updated martini menu and a delicious menu of signature plates while you relax and enjoy great live jazz!
Extended seating outside the main cafés live jazz entertainment.
Private Rooms are available for anything from small dinner parties, birthdays, anniversarys, etc. Call 419-794-8205 ext 3 for more information today!!
Come capture the ambiance of Dégagé, which in French translates to "free, easy and relaxed!"
A true devotee to the local food movement and native Toledoan. Chef Mike Lambert has been revolutionizing Maumee's & the surrounding areas culinary scene. He shares his passion for connecting local farmers and consumers with monthly cooking classes, seasonally-changing menu, locally-grown & sources produce, meats & dairy. He brings his farm-to-table passion fruition at Degage & diners love the spot's refined blend of locally-grown produce and use of fresh costal seafood as do local foodies.
He fuses his extensive knowledge and experience of farm-to-table practices with his devout passion for locally sourced and foraged products and authentic French fare. Outside the restaurant, Lambert frequents local farmers markets to scout the best local merchants and products for Degage.
This is one of our favorite go-to spots for a nice dinner out. The food is always great with lots of interesting options - and names. Tonight I had the Lambert's Coq au vin, which was delicious served with "mashers" (mashed potatoes) and pearl onions. My husband had the Duck & "waffles." The waffles were really small potato pancakes though not the kind of potato pancakes I've had before and tasty yellow carrots rounded out the plate. His was the winner between two very good meals. The beer cheddar chili was quite good too and i liked the apple lemon dressing served with the dinner salad.
We were seated in the dining room instead of the jazz cafe/lounge on this visit. The seating was comfortable in this historic Maumee building. The lounge is a bit cozier & more intimate and is especially nice when there is live music to enjoy. We'll definitely be back!Kelly D.10/25/15