It's a microcosm of a much bigger problem.
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She wore it to a screening of the 1980 documentary, 'Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers.'
'I won't complain about the way it looks anymore.'
The iconic restaurant will end up taking a three-month break, in total.
There's now no estimated reopening date.
The cause appears to have been electrical, and it's unclear when the downstairs restaurant will reopen.
Ever the emotive soul, Alice Waters told friend Ken Friedman "I am so happy that I am crying!" when she heard the news about he and April Bloomfield taking over the historic Tosca Café in North Beach. She added, "I...
This year's gala is "black tie optional" and features winners in nine categories.
The Scoop has the menu.
And here's the invite.
Alice and founder Thomas Odermatt go way back.
In the latest dispatch from the NYT's neverending love affair with Alice Waters, we hear about what she's reading right now (The Art of Peace by Morihei Ueshiba, The Places in Between by Rory Stewart), and what she's eating and...
We're still at the rumor stage, but she hinted to a magazine that she has a museum restaurant up her sleeve.
It's a culinary/diplomatic mission to encourage more sustainable, local eating.
Thomas, Alice, and Daniel, oh my!
It all goes down July 29.
It's from Berkeley chef Suzanne Drexhage.
A NYT writer experiences Alice, the chef, in her home kitchen.
Waters says she, too, was "shocked that it had to happen to so quickly."
They've apparently been struggling for a while, and may get re-concepted.