Category: Our Clients in the News

Off the Rez Cafe to Open at the Burke Museum in Seattle!

We love sharing exciting news about our clients…

Off the Rez, Seattle’s only Native American food truck will be opening a permanent location at the new Burke Museum in Seattle. Congratulations to the Burke and Off the Rez! We can’t wait to check out the Museum and the café on October 12, 2019.

Click on the link below for more information:

https://seattle.eater.com/2019/8/22/20827844/off-the-rez-cafe-at-new-burke-museum-seattle

The Restaurant at the Norton Museum of Art

Congratulations to the Norton Museum of Art and Constellation Culinary Group on the opening of The Restaurant!

JGL is proud to have worked on this exciting project. Check out more information about The Restaurant at https://www.norton.org/visit/eat-shop/TheRestaurant.

 

See the links below for recent articles about the opening of the Museum and The Restaurant:

https://www.browardpalmbeach.com/restaurants/the-restaurant-open-at-the-norton-museum-of-art-in-february-2019-10190099

https://www.palmbeachdailynews.com/entertainmentlife/20190213/first-look-restaurant-at-norton-museum-of-art

Eat Like A Modern-Day Viking!

Congratulations to the Nordic Museum on their recent opening!

The Nordic Museum opened its doors to the public on May 5, 2018. In addition to the expansive sleek new spaces and enhanced exhibitions, the Museum also boasts a new cafe featuring modern Nordic fare; Freya!

JGL managed an RFP process for the Museum that lead to the selection of City Catering as the exclusive caterer and cafe operator for the organization. Finding an operator that had the ability to develop a Nordic inspired menu with a modern twist was paramount. City Catering embraced the culinary endeavor and has developed a concept that encourages patrons to ‘eat like a modern-day Viking!’

Check out the Freya website for more information and inspiration!!

https://nordicmuseum.org/cafe

 

Flora Bar at the Met Breuer

 

Met Breuer’s hot new restaurant Flora Bar listed as on the top twenty NYC restaurants of 2017 (selection process managed by JGL)

 

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/12/12/dining/best-restaurant-nyc-pete-wells.html

The Café Carnegie Review

Previously the subject of articles regarding poor dining options, Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh leadership was thrilled with the positive press garnered by their new relationship with Chef Sonia Finn (selection process managed by JGL)

http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Pittsburgh-Magazine/July-2017/Restaurant-Review-The-Caf-Carnegie/

Esker Grove at the Walker Art Center

Walker Art Center’s Esker Grove nominated for a James Beard (selection process managed by JGL)

https://www.gomn.com/life/12-local-chefs-restaurants-are-nominated-for-prestigious-james-beard-awards