The new restaurant from a decade-long vet of the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group sounds promising.
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"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
Farm-to-checkout innovator Sam Mogannam is coming to sign his book over four courses of fresh spring cuisine.
Jeff Cerciello puts all hands on deck for his combination store, butcher, and bakery.
And S. Irene Virbila loves having dinner at Farmshop, even if the tables are looking a little bare.
Sundays will be reserved for the chef's famous fried chicken.
Jeff Cerciello snags his liquor license and wins the battle with his Brentwood neighborhood foes.
The chef will recreate his fried chicken dinners from the Yountville restaurant every Sunday.
The morning dishes are a little pricier than usual, but carefully sourced with NorCal-imported product.
Brunch and lunch will be served next week, but Jeff Cerciello is currently making his own pastries in the early hours.
The restaurant might open its bakery, but a controversy is looming with neighbors.
A diverse range of global diets and tastes can be satisfied on turkey day in L.A.
The Keller vet is cooking pies and cakes for Thanksgiving for a first taste of his forthcoming bakery.
Scot Conant will have a mostly original menu to fit West Coast tastes.
Jeff Cerciello's super-sourced, Brentwood bucolic will open with executive chef Joshua Drew in the kitchen.
L.A.'s fall's openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio's plans.
Cook's Tortas' owner has a new concept and a super-sized liquor spreads out this weekend.
FarmShop will be both a market and restaurant in The Brentwood Country Mart.
Thomas Keller's right-hand man will venture out on his own in Southern California.
Restaurant spaces in Marin and Brentwood are being considered.