Element Collective and CS Magazine hosted a preview party at the new restaurant Nellcôte at 833 W Randolph. If you are wondering about that address, yes, it has replaced Marché. The space is magnificent! The loft has been opened up and is now one huge space with high ceilings, beautiful lighting and a long bar that practically spans the entire length. A DJ played dance tunes from an upper corner of the room.
The design elements like the crystal chandeliers and the wrought-iron entrance are true to the inspiration, which is based off the French Riviera mansion, Nellcôte, where the Rolling Stones hung out to record “Exile On Main Street.”
Specialty cocktails and delicious tastings with French, Spanish and Italian influences from Chef Jared Van Camp were served. CS Magazine‘s March Issue was hot off the press and fanned across every table. Second City Style readers will be especially interested in this issue because it’s loaded with fashion!
– Carol Calacci
Photos: Nellcote by Dominique Tarlé; event by Second City Style
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