Purim in Paris Dinner Party at Ostrow Brasserie 3/24/24

Purim in Paris Dinner Party at Ostrow Brasserie
Sunday, 03/24/2024-, 06:00 pm-10:00 pm
Ostrow Brasserie
4850 NW 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida, 33127
Cost: Reserve

On Sunday, March 24th, celebrate Purim in Paris at Ostrow Brasserie in Buena Vista from 6-10pm. Guests are invited to dress in their favorite French designer or French theme to win a bottle of bubbly with dinner. Live music and French cuisine. Reservations available via Resy.

A DJ will spin the tunes, and Chef Olivia Ostrow will serve her signature dishes like Lyonnaise Salad with Poached Egg, Frisée, Beef “Bacon” Croutons and Tarragon Vinaigrette; Lamb Shank & Jardiniere with Port Wine Reduction and Parisienne Carrots; Trout Amandine with Almonds and Yellow String Beans; Duck Confit with Potatoes Sarladaises; and Beef Bourguignon with Carrots and Shallots and more.

Ostrow Brasserie is located at 4850 NW 2nd Ave; and is open for dinner from Sunday to Thursday (6-10 PM) and brunch every Sunday (10:30 AM to 3 PM).

More about Ostrow Brasserie:
As Miami’s first (and only) French-Kosher restaurant, Ostrow Brasserie is winning raves for its innovative cuisine, which blends classical French dishes with Kosher cooking techniques. Like all certified Glatt Kosher restaurants, Ostrow Bistro is under the supervision of a mashgiach to ensure Kosher standards are being upheld.

Located in the trendy Buena Vista neighborhood, two minutes north of the Design District, the vibe is sophisticated and cozy. The brasserie-style space features an open kitchen, tropical oasis back patio, and private dining room.

The design of the 3,000-square-foot Ostrow Brasserie was inspired by Chef Olivia’s childhood in France, complemented by Miami’s tropical influences. A whimsical art wall highlights over 40 pieces from Chef Olivia’s personal collection, while the signature Art Nouveau mural, a replica of one of artist Alphonse Mucha’s famous beer posters, at the restaurant’s entrance pays tribute to France’s storied past.

A Trompe-l’œil signature décor element features a door cut out of the original Mucha mural leading to the private dining room, with a second, identical mural on the back wall. The optical illusion adds a playful touch to the restaurant’s décor.

Stunning coral countertops speckled with opalescent “rocks” set the tone for the beautifully designed 150-seat restaurant. Adorning the two bars at the entrance, the coral and rock theme is also incorporated in the expansive counter fronting the exhibition kitchen, where guests can watch the art of cooking as it occurs. Dark green leather-backed stools allow for a birds-eye view of the culinary theatrics.

Hanging copper bubble lights are suggestive of France’s favorite drink, Champagne. The white leather rounded chairs had a former life at the iconic Delano hotel and have been recovered and restored for this venture.
Toward the back of the restaurant, past two glass doors, is a secret garden. This lush and verdant space is open for regular dining as well as for private parties and events. It’s also dog-friendly for guests accompanied by their pets.

Ostrow Brasserie is located at 4850 NW 2nd Ave; and is open for dinner from Sunday to Thursday (6-10 PM) and brunch every Sunday (10:30 AM to 3 PM).

For further information about Ostrow Brasserie, please visit www.ostrowbrasserie.com and follow @ostrowbrasserie.