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Viva La France! L'Orangerie has arrived.

Steeped in French tradition, the news eatery in Coronado is true to it's homeland.

The Coronado restaurant landscape continues to see changes. Next up is a small French concept called L’Orangerie, owned and run by French chef Philippe Maurin, who moved to Coronado in late 2023. L’Orangerie is a flavorful expression of French culture and cuisine. Chef Philippe Maurin said, “I’m so excited to be presenting my heritage, my heritage of cuisine, to Coronado. My culinary experience is worldwide. I’ve worked all over Europe, but now living and working in Coronado, it’s a special experience to open a place here in downtown Coronado for the locals and the visitors to enjoy. We’re a special venue with well-crafted dishes serving visitors from around the globe.”

L’Orangerie’s atmosphere has been built up to complement the space and has undergone a meticulous renovation to create a classic, black-and-white ambiance that reflects the elegance of French dining and aligns with the Coronado Historical Association’s historic 1100 Orange building. With the museum’s history and guided by a
spirit of entertaining nostalgia, the restaurant suspends time and makes the experience feel old and new at the same time. L’Orangerie is open Sunday-Thursday from 11:30 am to 8 pm, and Friday and Saturday 11 am-9 pm. A Happy Hour will be featured 2:30 -5:30 pm Monday through Friday. L’Orangerie Café is located at 1100 Orange Avenue within the Coronado Historical Association Museum.