Chef Dennis Foy Opens Cafe Loret

by artfuldiner on July 27, 2018

in Breaking News, New Jersey Event, Restaurant Event, Wining and Dining

Cafe Loret- Dining RoomAcclaimed Chef Dennis Foy is a culinary legend among New Jersey diners. In the late ‘70s, his Tarragon Tree in Chatham garnered national recognition for planting the seed for the current farm-to-fine dining movement. After a stint at his eponymous Tribeca restaurant, Mr. Foy returned to New Jersey to serve diners at restaurants in Bay head, point Pleasant Beach and, most recently in Lambertville.

Now, with his wife and long-time partner, Estella Quinones-Foy, he has opened what might be considered the pinnacle of his 40-plus-year career in the kitchen: Café Loret, 128 Broad Street in Red Bank, New Jersey.

The menu at Café Loret features a select handful of Mr. Foy’s famous specialties, as well as a range of delicious creations drawn from New Jersey and Pennsylvania farm and market offers.

Chef Foy’s signature dishes include…

Organic Local Field Greens: Fines Herbes, Walnuts… Chilled Cucumber Salad: Tomato Confit, Shallots, Green Beans… Summer Pea Soup: Ginger, Mint… Warm Goat Cheese Tart: Tomato Confit, Chive Oil, Balsamic Vinaigrette… North Atlantic Salmon: Cucumber, Radish, Porcini Mushrooms… Seared Day Boat Diver Scallop: Tuscan Bean Compote… Sautéed Shrimp: White Bean Compote, Fennel Fresh Oregano… Gateau of Langoustine: Mushroom, English Peas, Crème de Hommard… Classic Veal Bolognese: Parmigiano Reggiano… Dry-Aged Sirloin: Fingerling Pomme Purée, Roasted Vegetables

To view Café Loret’s complete menu, please click here.

Cafe Loret - Dennis Foy ArtworkCafé Loret is BYOB; guests may bring their favorite bottles, or order from a local wine shop, which will deliver to their table. The restaurant is a warm, welcoming space, filled with life, color, texture, and art. Chef Foy has curated a selection from his own artwork to adorn the walls of his new restaurant. The space itself, inspired by mid-century architect Richard Neutra, and executed by Tree House Design and Glenn Fries and Associates, incorporates panoramic window treatment, clean sight lines, and modern interpretive ‘Sputnik” lighting. Dark Chocolate leather chairs and banquettes at the white-clothed tables harmonize with a dark-grained birch ceiling and room divider.

Cafe Loret - Outdoor PatioCafé Loret will be open for dinner Thursday through Sunday and will serve brunch on Sundays. The restaurant will seat 45 comfortably in its spacious main dining area and can host up to 20 in its private dining room. Café Loret will also have outside dining, accommodating 40 in its secluded patio.

Bon Appétit!

TAD

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