Park on Fremont is a gastropub offering innovative bar fare and an eclectic art collection, with indoor dining and a lush garden outdoors.
The 5,000-square-foot restaurant features a menu with offerings like hammered chicken, made with red onion, arugula, tomato, Parmigiano-Reggiano and balsamic vinegar; grilled cheese served on brioche with American cheese or Brie with Serrano ham; and stuffed burgers filled with smoked cheddar and bacon or Gorgonzola cheese and sautéed mushrooms.
No pub would be complete without a beer menu and Park on Fremont pours 100 different beer selections from around the world including St. Cloud, Fosters and Moose Drool in cans, an array of bottled beers and Innis & Gunn, Delirium Tremens and Well Banana Bread Beer on tap. Numerous craft beers will also be available on tap with selections from Pyramid Breweries, Dogfish Head and Stone Brewing Company. Park will also offer distinctive gin and vodka selections, as well as specialty Bloody Marys and other cocktails.
The patio at Park on Fremont was designed to look like a mature back garden from a rural setting. Plants and flowers overtake the landscape of the patio, creating objects d'art from eroded items such as a footed bathtub overlooking the outdoor bar and a Cinderella-style carriage situated on the rooftop, each blooming with brightly colored flowers. Framed by ornate fencing, the 2,500-square-foot exterior boasts wood salvaged from an old barn and offers antique wood bistro tables for dining and conversation, as well as a game of hopscotch made with mosaic tiles. An 8-foot-tall archangel statue atop the fireplace will provide a stunning centerpiece while a small outdoor bar will emulate an aging greenhouse. Tucked in back of the garden will be a secret smoking area complete with games, including an oversized Jenga and a seesaw, as well as custom art installations.
The Park logo will be projected onto the concrete at the entryway, where countertop stools align the southwest corner for quick and takeaway dining. Inside, an art collection featuring works by Mark Ryden, Peter Gronquist and Mark Mothersbaughs adorns the walls. The booths and chairs are covered with an array of rich textured leathers, complemented by dark woods and the reclaimed herringbone floor. Forty-five rpm records played on a 1940s-era jukebox will set the mood, with guest musicians and music aficionados continually curating the music selection.