Iconic Belfast city centre restaurant Café Parisien launches new terrace
FRENCH brasserie Café Parisien in Belfast city centre has partnered with luxury brand Grey Goose Vodka to launch its recently refurbished terrace.
Under the terms of the deal, the terrace at the café in the iconic former Cleaver House in the heart of Donegall Square, directly opposite Belfast City Hall, will beat the name of the drinks brand.
Café Parisien is owned by Galgorm Collection, the company behind the award-winning Galgorm Resort and Spa.
Its managing director Colin Johnston said: “We're thrilled to partner with premium French vodka Grey Goose to open our new outdoor terrace, which has always been hugely popular with customers, who come to us to enjoy spectacular views and delectable French cuisine.
“We have redesigned the terrace to include glass paneling in keeping with the brasserie's Parisien look and feel, with heaters at each table to allow customers to enjoy the space and its breathtaking views all year round.
“This partnership perfectly mixes the best of French cuisine with the unrivalled quality and style of Grey Goose and firmly places the Grey Goose Terrace on the map as the city's premier outdoor dining destination.”
Ryan Brown, senior account manager at Bacardi Brown-Forman Brands, added: “We wanted to help create a unique area for guests to celebrate special moments with friends and family, planned or spontaneous, and those moments need something worthy of the occasion. We've found exactly that with this partnership.
“Since the inception of Grey Goose Vodka in 1997, the brand has gone from newcomer to global icon.
“France, as its birthplace, is the gastronomy capital of the world and every element of Grey Goose Vodka, from field to bottle, happens there.
“It is this quintessential French authenticity that makes Café Parisien an ideal partner. We invite everyone to come and enjoy the space and indulge in the overall experience the team at Café Parisien has developed.”