Cafe Au Gee

 

Bonjour! Welcome to Cafe Au Gee. A little slice of Americanized Paris in…New Market, AL.

Please, come on in and make yourself at home. Our very own four legged host will escort you to le dining table when brunch is served. (If Max can lead you to anything…it’s food.)

At Cafe Au Gee, we have been collecting the finest most unique table settings, silverware, and serving pieces for years.

Many of them coming straight from Target Boutique.

Cafe Au Gee is also a “waste not, want not” establishment, as is evident by the wine bottle turned vase.

Our “wine bottle vases” come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. One for every occasion! **hiccup!**

 

Bread Baskets are lame...

Not surprisingly, you won’t find a bread basket at Cafe Au Gee! In lieu of a banal bread basket, we serve “cookie plates”.

Who says dessert is only for after the meal? We say, “Let them eat…cookies!”

 

AND DRINK! Let them eat cookies and drink! Please! (People keep bringing us alcohol. Not that I’m complaining… but, two people can only drink so much. Or can they?…)

**hiccup!**

At Cafe Au Gee, we serve a variety of European cuisine. We can call it European because we put “herbs de provence” in everything. That counts, right? I say so. On Le Menu:

 

Le Menu Magnifique!

Quiche

with caramelized onions, speckled with marinated artichokes & mushrooms bound by Mediterranean spiced Gouda.

Croque Monsieur Crostini

crisp whole wheat toast glazed with honey Dijon mustard, topped with ham slice, apple, and Mediterranean spiced Gouda.

Bruschetta

crisp whole wheat toast, glazed with garlic infused olive oil, topped with a salad of fresh tomatoes, olives, feta, and basil, covered with bacon fat vinaigrette (I TOLD YOU I’D FIND A WAY TO USE IT) and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.

Salad

Fresh organic greens tossed with slivered almonds, dried cranberries, artichokes, and feta, drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette

Le Desserp!

 

And, let’s not forget the all important, DESSERP! Fresh blueberry pie “tartlets” warm from the oven with vanilla ice cream and mint leaf garnish.

 

Bon’ Appetite!

 

(Thank you to our lovely guests, Sarah and Graham, for venturing all the way out to Paris, by way of New Market, and graciously putting up with my need to put herbs de provence in everything and call it French.)

 

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