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“When I started this business, I did not think it would last more than two years.
But this has been a dream of mine for the past six months.”- Olive aves boutique owner, Chris Cottrell (pictured), in his Instagram post to promote the shop’s opening on September 9, 2018.
“I have never been in a better situation to open a new business.
I have the right people in place and the resources to get this place off the ground.
I will continue to take the time to learn and grow as a business owner.”
The store will be housed in a renovated 18,000 square foot space that includes a bar, a kitchen and a small bar area.
The store is being constructed with the help of a large, state-of-the-art computerized manufacturing facility, and is expected to open to the public on September 11, 2018, according to Cottrel.
The boutique, which opened in February 2018, is the second of Cottrier’s businesses to open.
In October 2017, Cottrill closed the first store in Olive, which he co-founded with his father-in-law, Paul Cottri, a prominent New York City restaurateur and former city council member.
The restaurant will feature a range of dishes and menu items.
Cottredes boutique will be open six days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday, as well as a Saturday brunch and Sunday brunch, which are open to all customers, according the Instagram post.
Cottrell said he is looking forward to opening the first Olive aVE Boutique.
He said the business will focus on “classic American food” and is aiming to appeal to an urban demographic.
He also said that the restaurant will cater to “everyone.”
“We are a family business and it is important that the family stay involved,” he said.
“We are excited to be opening this new chapter of our family business, and we will continue working to create the next generation of Olive aVe.”