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Cafe/juice bar that will morph into French restaurant opens on Vernon Blvd

March 29, 2017 By Christian Murray

A new café opened on Vernon Boulevard last week that will eventually transform into a French restaurant.

Vernon Social, located at 46-15 Vernon Boulevard, opened last Wednesday and is currently being run as a café/juice bar. The establishment, which opens at 7 am each day, is also offering breakfast and lunch food.

The owner, Angel Ramirez, has opened the café while he works on completing a French restaurant. He is presently doing construction work at the back of the building, behind the interior walls of the cafe. He expects the restaurant to be completed in about three months.

The cafe space will be incorporated into the restaurant.

The established is located across the street from Junior’s Cafe next door to an auto-body shop.

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I know the chef and we are all in for a treat. He was part of the group that opened Stanton Social on the LES. Amazing crab cakes, lobster rolls, and sliders to name a few. Let’s support him while he builds out his kitchen and gets liquor license sorted out with CB2. Not so sure that this is going to be french but probability more of American tapas from my conversations with the owner. Good Luck! and thank you for investing in LIC.


it was supposed to be French.
Cafe Henri will be closing while that space is developed, and Domaine’s is also for sale.
So now there’s no french food.

Vernon Social, horrible name

let’s hope it’s not overpriced like Stanton Social.


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