The date has been set, and the rebuilding is well underway.
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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 Chez Panisse alum and Michael Pollan protege will now make a name for herself.
The iconic restaurant will end up taking a three-month break, in total.
They're helping to clean up after the fire, you see.
There's now no estimated reopening date.
The cause appears to have been electrical, and it's unclear when the downstairs restaurant will reopen.
It was an area reserved for VIPs, and was a last vestige of the original restaurant remodel in 1971.
Under Jerome Waag and Cal Paternell, Chez Panisse is in good hands, says Patty.
Chez Panisse is on there too.
The Scoop has the menu.
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.
Big news for East Bay ramen lovers!
A NYT writer experiences Alice, the chef, in her home kitchen.
Our rock-star comparisons prompted at least one reader to ask the old question, 'Was Waters ever really a chef?' And who should chime in but Jeremiah Tower.
"The restaurant did age really well, like me. [laughs] For a restaurant to be 40 years old, it’s something special. I’ve been a big part of that, so I’m glad and I have no regrets. I can leave assuming all...
The second of two co-chefs is stepping down, and two new co-chefs will take over starting next month.
The little fishes haven't been sold locally in a long, long time.