Run Agrounds will reopen as the French Press on Nov. 11
The Run Agrounds coffee shop at Cape Harbour will close on Nov. 6, and reopen on Nov. 11 as a beautiful new European style coffee café under the supervision of Chef Benjamin Voisin of neighboring Fathoms Restaurant & Bar.
The French Press will offer world-class gourmet coffee, and a much-needed alternative to big chain cafés as a place to meet and unwind. Enjoy light, fresh fare and take in the beautiful surroundings at Cape Harbour, Southwest Florida’s only waterfront shopping destination in Southwest Florida with award-winning art galleries, a luxury spa and salon and extraordinary boutiques.
Breakfast and lunch will be served, including homemade crepes, pastry such as flaky croissants, salads and baguette sandwiches. Visitors to this elegantly renovated café can enjoy a gelato and stroll over to Fathoms for some live music. The French Press will host its own regular events, too, such as book readings and singer-songwriter performances. An abbreviated menu of Fathoms’ popular dishes will be available at the café, along with select wines and cheeses. Any of the fresh pastry that is not sold each day will be donated to a local charity that night.
The remodel that will occur over the few days the café is closed include improvements and updates to the display and counter areas,and a general refresh similar to the one Fathoms underwent in September. Additional seating will also be available in the new French Press, making it a great place to hang out.
The French Press is the second Southwest Florida venture for international hospitality company Hoffman Group Holdings, LLC since it acquired The Joint, which recently reopened as Fathoms. The company has its sights set on expanding into Fort Myers in 2015.
About Hoffman Group LLC
Timothy and Meredith Hoffman possess extensive project management and hospitality expertise in the Caribbean, having overseen the on-time, on-budget rebuilding of The Green Turtle Club on Abaco after a category 5 hurricane and the renovation and expansion of Montpelier Plantation & Beach on Nevis, which was accepted as a member of the prestigious Relais Chateaux group of luxury hotels. The Hoffmans recently relocated back to the U.S. with their three children and are working to enhance hospitality and dining on the Southwest Coast of Florida, whose charms resembles those of the Bahamas. HGH, LLC counts among its current holdings Fathoms (formerly The Joint), the Run Agrounds coffee shop and Longboards Cabana Bar, all located at beautiful Cape Harbour in Cape Coral, Florida.