CC’s Place conducts ‘soft opening’ in Sebastian

CC's Place reopens at new location in Sebastian, Florida.
CC's Place reopens at new location in Sebastian, Florida.

SEBASTIAN – CC’s Place is conducting a “soft opening” at 482 US Highway 1 unit 5.

This is the former location of Pareidolia Brewing Company. It is the same plaza as the Sandwich Shack & Deli and Paradise Ice Cream.

“We will have a grand opening in a couple of weeks,” Cindy Carlson told Sebastian Daily.

The new location has the same vibe and hospitality as the old one. Patrons have a choice of sitting at the large bar, couches, high tops, or comfortable chairs, making it easy to converse.

Couches and multiple seating areas.
Couches and multiple seating areas.
Bar area at CC's Place.
Bar area at CC’s Place.
Bar area at CC's Place.
Bar area at CC’s Place.

CC’s Place debuted its Open Mic Night last Tuesday, with some of the same musicians seen around town at other establishments. The sound was excellent, and the volume was at the perfect level where patrons could still hold a conversation.

Every inch of the place is decorated, with the wine & beer lists located on one of the walls. There is also a patio area where patrons can sit outside and look at the river. She opened just in time to enjoy the beautiful weather.

Outdoor patio.
Outdoor patio.
Open Mic Night
Open Mic Night

At the bar, CC’s has a variety of craft & IPA beers and specialty wines. As far as food, Carlson decided to have a smaller menu than the one served at the old location.

“We’re going to have things like fish dip, hummus, cheese plates, specialty salads, and other items that are homemade from scratch,” Carlson said.

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