Royal Boucherie Re-Opens for Outdoor Dining With New Streetery
Royal Boucherie, Old City’s American-inspired brasserie from Top Chef winner Chef Nicholas Elmi, is pleased to announce its re-opening for outdoor dining set for Friday, July 17 at 4 pm.
For the first time in its existence, Royal Boucherie will take dining to the streets of Old City and open a French ‘streetery’ in the parking space in front of the restaurant. Diners will also be able to enjoy cocktails, French wine and Elmi’s signature dishes such as the Boucherie Burger, charcuterie boards, and more, in the secret upstairs garden.
“Out of concern for the well-being of our employees, guests, families and community, we wanted to take our time and work on a safe and smart re-opening strategy,” said Suzanne O’Brien, Director of Operations at Royal Boucherie. “Our new streetery allows for us to serve our guests while also following the CDC’s social distancing guidelines. We can’t wait to host our guests in our new streetery as well as welcome everyone back to our beautiful second-floor garden.”
In addition to the French streetery and outdoor dining on the garden patio, Royal Boucherie will be open for all-day brunch on Sundays. The restaurant will also be offering a delivery and to-go menu available through DoorDash. Guests ordering take-out via phone will have the option to add cocktails and wine to-go.
“The streetery is a great and safe way to utilize outdoor space around the restaurant,” said Elmi. “The idea of our new concept is inspired by outdoor dining in Europe and we are excited to bring a flair of France to the streets of Old City and to serve our French signature dishes again while taking all necessary precautions.”
Royal Boucherie’s new opening hours are Wednesday and Thursday from 4-9 pm, Friday and Saturday from 4-10 pm and Sunday from 10 am through 9 pm. The streetery and outdoor garden will approximately hold 50 guests with socially distanced seating. Outdoor dining is weather dependent. No guests will be allowed to dine inside.