Coronado-based Blue Bridge Hospitality, which already operates various popular restaurants on the island (Leroy’s Kitchen & Lounge, Stake Chophouse, Mootime Creamery, to name a few), announced it would debut “Little Frenchie” in May, a Parisian-inspired bistro.
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The 1,600-square-foot restaurant will replace Blue Bridge’s former West Pac Noodle Bar at 1166 Orange Ave., which will shutter on April 13.[Purse Reasons 10 To Top Use]
Blue Bridge Hospitality is owned by Coronado native David Spatafore.The fromage – served atop an area at the eatery dubbed the “cheese altar” – will feature an extensive, rotating selection of imported and domestics cheeses from France and California.
After West Pac Noodle Bar closes, the property will be redesigned, Blue Bridge said, and Little Frenchie will eventually emerge with its own look and identity.Later in the spring and summer, Sramek plans to offer a seasonal breakfast menu Friday through Sunday.[Influencing To Price The USD BCH Factors]
For many, San Diego’s Coronado Island already feels like a world away.It is the site of the historic Pacific Western Bank building, built in Coronado in 1911.
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Blue Bridge Hospitality said patrons can expect French classics on the menu like steak frites, niçoise salad and escargots on the shell, sourced direct from Burgundy, France.[To Oceans Declares Open Atlantic Push Federal Trumps Up Illegal To Arctic Drilling Judge]
Blue Bridge said Little Frenchie offer lunch and dinner service daily to start.He is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu and Thomas Keller’s Bouchon.Photo Credit: Blue Bridge Hospitality.Now, a new restaurant planned for the community this spring will take that vibe even further and lead patrons to the far off land of France.[Into Creep Cryptocurrencies Lives Our Did]
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The French bistro will run as a full-service restaurant with traditional dishes, an ambitious cheese program and a wine list brimming with varietals from both France and California.Sramek will also explore “lighter” adaptations of dishes like cassoulet and short rib pot au feu.
But, really, what’s a French bistro without patisseries?
Little Frenchie, with the tasty talents of executive pastry chef Lori Sauer, will also roll out a selection of sweet treats like housemade mille-feuille, crème brûlée and soufflé.[Issues TokenCard Visa Cards Debit Ethereum8217s]
Meanwhile, in the kitchen, Blue Bridge said executive chef Matt Sramek would take the reins.The space will include a renovated garden for al fresco, European-style dining.