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brewerygulchinn.com | Mendocino | Deliciously creative fare in Mendocino September 6, 2019

Fog Eater Cafe was featured on the Brewery Gulch Inn’s blog on September 6th, 2019: “It was marvelous! Right when we walked in, we were greeted by the cheery staff and even cheerier interior. It was bright and fresh in there, with happy colors and tastefully hip décor. And the back patio was darling! Beautiful old, established plants surrounded the cute bistro tables, with a couple larger tables for groups.”

Fog Eater Cafe was featured on the Brewery Gulch Inn’s blog on September 6th, 2019: “It was marvelous! Right when we walked in, we were greeted by the cheery staff and even cheerier interior. It was bright and fresh in there, with happy colors and tastefully hip décor. And the back patio was darling! Beautiful old, established plants surrounded the cute bistro tables, with a couple larger tables for groups.”

Eater.com | San Francisco | Eater.com | San Francisco | 15 Restaurants Worth the Drive from SF August 30, 2019

Fog Eater Cafe was featured in Eater on September “Fog Eater Cafe is a small vegetarian restaurant with way outsize charm, serving southern food and an excellent selection of natural wines and low ABV cocktails with locally foraged ingredients. The vibe is “a whisper of grandma,” owners say, though it’s actually the youngest, hippest thing in the charming town of Mendocino. Don’t miss the pie.”

Fog Eater Cafe was featured in Eater on September “Fog Eater Cafe is a small vegetarian restaurant with way outsize charm, serving southern food and an excellent selection of natural wines and low ABV cocktails with locally foraged ingredients. The vibe is “a whisper of grandma,” owners say, though it’s actually the youngest, hippest thing in the charming town of Mendocino. Don’t miss the pie.”

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.”