Cyrus is reappearing for three nights at Jardiniere next month; Gordon's House of Fine Eats returns for one night at Sweetwater in Mill Valley.
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'That's my goal in the next couple of months, to get away from that [pressure].'
It weighs in at one pound, two ounces.
'Maybe there will be some sadness as we get closer, but really I'm not that much of an emotional guy. If there's a dog involved, or sick puppies, I might get a little emotional, but with this, you know, it's like a small thing. You move on.'
Thomas, Alice, and Daniel, oh my!
Their last day will be October 31.
A new cross complaint by the landlord has only complicated things.
The ban is set to happen July 1, and this is kind of an eleventh-hour appeal.
"It’s stupid. It’s just a misguided law ... We don’t know who’ll enforce it. Hopefully someone will challenge it legally. We’ll probably serve it for a while, maybe get some fines." Cyrus chef-partner Douglas Keane on the impending statewide...
Also, they're doing the fried chicken Keane used to do at Market in St. Helena.
The Cyrus team has had enough of the hotel's attempts to evict them.
The shared meat thing wasn't catching on, so they're morphing into a full-time noodle bar.
Also, La Salsa in the FiDi is closed.
All told: two and a half stars.
See our slideshow of the interior of the new Cyrus steakhouse.
The team is fighting it, but the new landlords seem to want them out.
Also, Douglas Keane's Healdsburg steakhouse gets a name.
Douglas Keane is partnering with his brother and wife to (possibly) open a steakhouse in downtown Healdsburg.
Grub Street sits down with the famed maitre d' to discuss the lessons learned during his 40-year career in the restaurant industry.
The "Las Vegas" season finishes up with a long stint in Northern California.