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A Restaurant From The Founders of Pebble Beach Food & Wine, A Circolo Transformation, and More

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 The "library" at Restaurant 1833.
The "library" at Restaurant 1833.
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MONTEREY - Today a press release hits the Eater inbox for something EaterWire-worthy out of Monterey. After much pre-opening intrigue and drama Pebble Beach Food & Wine founders Dave Berhahl and Rob Weakley have opened Restaurant 1833. It's housed in the historic former Stokes building and the chef is Levi Mezick, who's worked at Per Se, Daniel and Café Boulud in New York. If you need more convincing, check out the Facebookage here. [EaterWire]

POTRERO - Ms. Tablehopper reports Luella owner Ben de Vries is helping Circolo become "more of a cocktail lounge." H. of Elixir is consulting on the cocktails and former Canteen chef de cuisine Livio Velardo is putting together a menu of small plates. [Tablehopper]

SWITCHEROOS - Patisserie Phillipe's owner Phillipe Delarue has announced he's looking for a new brick-and-mortar address. His former location at 655 Townsend Street has been bought and renamed as Bonjour Phillipe. Wonder how this affects Muka. [ISSF]

LISTICLE ALERT - Bon Appetit magazine has noticed the "Germanic cuisine boom" in America, and this calls for a list! Two SF spots make the "worth checking out" cut: Nick Balla's new deal at Bar Tartine, and Leopold's. [Bon Appetit]

FOOD TRUCKS - Anyone tried Whisk on Wheels yet? According to SFoodie, they have a pretty good burger and empanadas. [SFoodie]

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Restaurant 1833

500 Hartnell St., Monterey, CA

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