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Oreo

Eating an Oreo is a very particular experience, where even choosing to just eat the cookie whole is a deliberate choice. We will lean into the ritual by bringing the Oreo experience to the space of fine dining–but of course, with an Oreo twist.

 

Welcome to Le Cookie & Le Cream.

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Oreo is ramping up for the grand opening. With almost cryptic wheat pastes and socials, we are strategically laying the breadcrumbs (or should I say cookie crumbs).

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Despite the fine-dining experience, we wanted to maintain a certain joie de vivre with drawings on the walls and carafes of milk on every table.

Come for the Parisian aesthetic, stay for the milk and cookies. 

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It's opening day! And of course, no restaurant would be complete without Le Menu.

At Le Cookie & Le Cream, the menu ranges from most abstract, Le Whiff, to ending with a bang: the whole Oreo.

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Not to mention some classic restaurant accoutrements. 

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A Bon Appetit cover and write up for the foodies.

What is more French than un film?

We wanted to produce a spot that plays on the intensely intentional and ritualistic show that fine-dining restaurants put on while transitioning from course to course.

The reviews are in! Restaurant and cookie lovers alike fell in love with the Oreo experience all over again.

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Fin

CW: Bonnie Davis & John Nichols
AD: Anna Margarites

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