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First Look: Joseph Humphrey's Cavallo Point Project

Since both of the Chronicle's reviews this week focused on the North Bay, it seems like a good time to take a preliminary gander at Joseph Humphrey's upcoming restaurant situated within the picturesque Cavallo Point cove, just on the Marin side of the bridge. Humphrey, you'll recall, notched an impressive two Michelin stars during his time at Meadowood, only to leave soon thereafter to take on the new restaurant project dubbed Murray Circle. As you can see from the gallery, the new place is just part of the Cavallo Point complex. Details on the restaurant are still vague: high-end French-Californian, 100 seats, outdoor patio, adjacent bar with more casual fare. Unfortunately, while the cove itself is indeed pretty much right under the Golden Gate Bridge, the actual restaurant is several hundred yards away from the water. The views from up the hill are still nice, but not nearly as dramatic as the waterfront ones. Opening date is set for May 1. Further color on the entire complex here.
· Cavallo Point - the Lodge at the Golden Gate Ready to Open [MarketWire]
· EaterWire: Chefs Out at Meadowood, Myth [~ESF~]

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