The restaurant attached to the Burritt Room will get some lighter fare.
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Yep. You heard that right.
You can now just have a drink and a snack for under $50.
The plan is only to go dark for a one-week remodel.
Also: Thai fried chicken.
Bauer loved it, but perhaps the neighborhood has been asking for heartier food.
It's going a bit fancier, with food from a former Coi chef.
Also, they're doing special holiday cocktails at the Hideout at Dalva.
See the full winter menu.
Batson's husband, Kelly, will help usher in a new Andalusian theme to the menu.
It's still a bistro, but with rotisserie chicken and a more casual thing going on.
They're trying to get on the bandwagon, sort of.
Also, they'll be adding to the number of courses and generally slowing things down.
It's now called Talbot Cafe.
No more motorcycles on the ceiling...
They're letting go of the 'global' thing.
It's the new incarnation of Brassica on Main Street in downtown St. Helena.
The menu brings prices for entrees down a touch by making side dishes optional.