Café Moulin is coming to South Coast Plaza in November – Orange County Register
Moulin celebrated the seventh anniversary of the opening of its Newport Beach cafe with a party, the reveal of its new restaurant nearby, and the announcement that another will be coming to South Coast Plaza on November 15.
At the party on Saturday evening September 25, Laurent Vrignaud, founder of the Parisian-style coffeehouse chain with five locations in Orange County, told guests of his intention to take back the space that was once the café. Pascal on the Garden Terrace next to the Garden Bridge at the Costa Mesa Shopping Center.
“Moulin fans will be delighted to find their favorite Parisian café on their next visit to South Coast Plaza, but it is also an opportunity for us to introduce Moulin to the 25 million annual visitors to South Coast Plaza who do not know us. not yet, ”Vrignaud said in a statement prepared for the media.
During the celebration, Vrignaud revealed the look of Moulin Bouillon in Newport Beach, inspired by brasserie-style restaurants popular in Paris in the late 1800s. This restaurant, adjacent to its original cafe, will open in two weeks and will serve dinner.
The Costa Mesa Café will have 80 outdoor seating on the 1,000 square foot terrace which will be filled with French tables and chairs assembled by Vrignaud on his visits to France over the years. The menu will include pies, baguettes, breads, croissants and other pastries, all baked fresh each morning.
An assortment of made-to-order salads, sandwiches and pancakes will also be available. The drinks menu will include coffee and espressos, freshly squeezed orange juice, soft drinks and French juices, as well as champagne, beer and an assortment of wines.
“Laurent Vrignaud’s French concept, Moulin, will be a wonderful addition to South Coast Plaza’s collection of international restaurants,” said Debra Gunn Downing, Executive Director of Marketing for South Coast Plaza. “Our buyers will have the impression of being in a Parisian café.”
Find it: 3333 Bristol Street, Suite 2505, Costa Mesa, moulin.com.
Open: From November 15, the café will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.