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Published July 24th 2018
Delivering not only great food but art classes as well
Our local neighbourhood of Pascoe Vale thrives as a result of an expanding influx of cafes and popular brunch hangouts. One of my all-time favourites is the bright little French cafe, Le Jolie.
Conveniently located near Pascoe Vale train station, husband and wife team, Guy and Kathleen, have dedicated the past 4 years to their successful business. Serving up delicious French specialties and now delivering art classes as well.
Taught by the talented French artist and owner of Le Jolie Cafe, Guy Trinquet creates a new dimension to Melbourne's cafe scene. With an immense passion for art, Guy transforms his cafe into an artist's paradise, supplying his students with quality paints and all the necessary materials required for a masterpiece. His in-depth knowledge and demonstrations allow students to express themselves artistically and most importantly have fun in a relaxing environment. Small group classes provide personal attention and an enjoyable interactive experience.
Classes will begin in August, starting with "Prelude to Painting". Prelude to Painting is a three week (1 Aug, 8 Aug, 15 Aug) acrylic painting class for beginners.
In conjunction with the current art program, Le Jolie continues to serve its French specialties for breakfast and lunch, Thursdays to Sundays till 3 pm and for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 pm (beginning July 13, 2018).
The hand melted French-style hot chocolate, is absolutely essential and the house made waffles, crepes and buttery croissants, sell out fast. Appetising dinners with an exclusive menu of hearty casseroles and gourmet gluten-free galettes are sure to please.
Le Jolie Hot Chocolate
Le Jolie smoked salmon tartine
Le Jolie Homemade Quiche
Le Jolie Gluten Free Galettes
Enjoy traditional French dishes and favourite French flavours, all in the midst of original artwork.
So, ignite your artistic flames and unravel a little piece of France in Melbourne's northern suburb of Pascoe Vale, at Le Jolie Cafe.