Fog Eater Cafe  was featured in  Eater SF  on May 24th: “The small, coastal village of Mendocino is getting a little gust of fresh air from Fog Eater Cafe,which opens for vegetarian southern food, natural wines, and cool, low-ABV cocktails on June 12. The roughly 25-seat restaurant occupies a cozy wooden building and garden patio just off Main Street in the picturesque, unincorporated town. Owners describe its aesthetic as a “whisper of grandma,” complete with mismatched saucers and the occasional doily.”

Fog Eater Cafe was featured in Eater SF on May 24th: “The small, coastal village of Mendocino is getting a little gust of fresh air from Fog Eater Cafe,which opens for vegetarian southern food, natural wines, and cool, low-ABV cocktails on June 12. The roughly 25-seat restaurant occupies a cozy wooden building and garden patio just off Main Street in the picturesque, unincorporated town. Owners describe its aesthetic as a “whisper of grandma,” complete with mismatched saucers and the occasional doily.”

 
 
Fog Eater Cafe was featured in  The New York Times  Travel Section on April 18th: “Besides the  Harbor House’s  eight- to 12-course, $150 per person prix fixe dinners, there are cheesemakers, upstart breweries, exceptional farm stands — notably Fort Bragg’s  Nye Ranch  and Caspar’s Fortunate Farm — and farm-inspired restaurants, like the long-awaited, soon-to-open  Fog Eater Cafe , which began as a farm pop-up, and will serve “California cuisine with a Southern twang.”

Fog Eater Cafe was featured in The New York Times Travel Section on April 18th: “Besides the Harbor House’s eight- to 12-course, $150 per person prix fixe dinners, there are cheesemakers, upstart breweries, exceptional farm stands — notably Fort Bragg’s Nye Ranch and Caspar’s Fortunate Farm — and farm-inspired restaurants, like the long-awaited, soon-to-open Fog Eater Cafe, which began as a farm pop-up, and will serve “California cuisine with a Southern twang.”