Date(s) - 12/01/2019
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Grand Opening of O\’s Cafe at the Elliott Museum
The Elliott Museum is adding a new French cafe to its offerings with a grand opening planned for this Sunday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce will conduct an official ribbon cutting of O’s Cafe at 1 p.m. in the historic museum located at 825 NE Ocean Boulevard.
Award-winning Chef and Paris, France native Olivia Binn-Ostrow will offer a taste of Paris at O’s Cafe at the Elliott Museum, complete with gourmet French food, a French boutique, fine wines, and even French movies. The grand opening will include the chance to win a free trip to Paris and a champagne tasting.
The cafe will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and will serve breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea along with Saturday and Sunday brunches. Admission to the restaurant is free. The Elliott Museum will be open at regular entrance prices: $14 for adults and $6 for children 6-12 years.
The rotational menu will include French pastries, beignets and brioches, jams, coconut birches, various cheeses imported from France, soups and sandwiches, salads, charcuterie boards, chocolates, desserts and juices, coffees, mimosas and fine teas. Picnic lunches also will be available.
Events will be held at the museum throughout the year to bring in visitors and residents for wine pairings, themed dinner parties, live music, French films, and more to entertain while enjoying the cafe’s original offerings.
Binn-Ostrow also is the owner and chef of the acclaimed O Gourmet French Bistro & Catering located in the heart of downtown Stuart on Denver Ave. Known as Chef O to her patrons and followers, she says she is delighted to be a part of The Elliott Museum.
“I feel honored,” she said. “The fact that the Elliott picked me gives me wings. My goal is to succeed with them. Being a restaurant in a museum is an honor.”
With wall-to-wall collectibles, vintage objects, and clocks galore, the cafe offers an inviting, comfortable ambiance that The Elliott Museum expects guests to seek on a regular basis.
“O’s Cafe is a wonderful way for us to reach out to our community to make them feel welcome at the museum,” said Rob Steele, CEO and president of the Historical Society of Martin County, which manages The Elliott Museum along with the House of Refuge. “We welcome local residents and tourists alike to come and experience our new restaurant and everything our museums have to offer.”
To learn more about the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge, go online to www.elliottmuseum.org or call 772-225-1961. For more information regarding Chef Binn-Ostrow, visit www.obistrocatering.com.
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