Culture
Cafe Grey Gardens Opening
09 February, 2012

On the 4th of February a newly opened cafe officially invited its guests to taste delicious vegetables, fruit, lemon, sweet cakes, wine , fondue  and chocolate fountain. The cafe’s name is based on a 1975 documentary film by Albert and David Maysles, with Susan Froemke, Ellen Hovde, and Muffie Meyer. The film depicts the everyday lives of two reclusive socialites, a mother and a daughter both named Edith Beale, who lived at Grey Gardens, a decrepit mansion at 3 West End Road in the wealthy Georgica

Pond neighborhood of East Hampton, New York. The house was designed in 1897 and purchased in 1923 by “Big Edie” and her husband Phelan Beale. After Phelan left his wife, “Big Edie” and “Little Edie” lived there for decades more, over 50 years in total for each woman. The house was called Grey Gardens because of the color of the dunes, the cement garden walls, and the sea mist. Now the cafe, located on Paliashvili #118 (in front of Vake Park) is unique for its interior decorated with different plants and affordable prices. The cozy atmosphere and friendly staff members will host the cafe and serve you. The opening was crowded the cafe Grey Gardens continues to work everyday from 9:00 till 00:00.

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