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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Live Fire Chefs Café in Ocala is now open

A new restaurant in Ocala is putting an exquisite twist on classic, scratch-made dishes in an effort to elevate the traditional café experience.

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Live Fire Chefs is now open at 506 S Pine Avenue in Ocala. (Staff photo)

Live Fire Chefs Café is officially open for business at 506 S Pine Avenue, within the Pine Plaza shopping center. Situated between Pinch-A-Penny and Kidstuff Consignment, the business hosted a soft opening in mid-April.

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Live Fire Chefs Café celebrated its grand opening in Ocala last month. (Staff photo)

Live Fire Chefs Café features a menu large selections of breakfast and lunch favorites that are all made from scratch with fresh ingredients.

Coffee bar at Live Fire Chefs Café in Ocala, Florida. (Staff photo)
In addition to its food, the restaurant also features a full coffee bar. (Staff photo)

In addition to most classic breakfast options (steak and eggs, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, etc.), the cafe serves a variety of premium sandwiches, including a shaved ribeye brioche and a loaded bacon croissant, among others. Each sandwich comes with a choice of potatoes, cheese grits, or fruits.

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Chicken and waffles at Live Fire Chefs Café in Ocala. (Photo: Live Fire Chefs)

Lunch dishes include salads, wraps, burgers, pressed sandwiches, and a variety of specialty entrees, like maple pecan crusted salmon and a grilled flat iron steak that is served with garlic rice, black beans, and plantains.

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Pecan crusted salmon is one of several elevated entrees at the restaurant. (Photo: Live Fire Chefs)

The brainchild of Chef Patrick Cahill, Live Fire Chers is the culmination of years of training and culinary experiences with other great chefs.

Cahill is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute and has worked for over 20 years as an Executive Chef for different 4 and 5-star restaurants and resorts.

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Chef Patrick Cahill has spent decades working as an executive chef at other restaurants and resorts. Now, the chef has a cafe where he can let his creativity flow. (Photo: Live Fire Chefs)

Cahill’s passion for gourmet food began at a young age and has flourished through years under multiple great chefs.

Although the restaurant is only open for breakfast and lunch, Tuesday through Sunday, (6 a.m. to 3 p.m.), there are plans to add dinner hours as well.

For more information about the business or its menu, visit Live Fire Chefs online.