• Manresa Presents the Best of Citrus on February 23
• Cinequest Celebrates David Kinch and Cynthia Sanberg
• Manresa: An Edible Reflection
• Manresa Named a Top 50 Restaurant in Metropoli
• Tune In!
• Love Apple Farms
• In the Manresa Cellar With Jeff Bareilles
Monday, February 03, 2014
On Sunday, February 23, Manresa welcomes Gene Lester and his prized citrus for the restaurant’s annual celebration of the fruit. Enjoy an entire menu dedicated to highlighting more than 200 varieties from the hills of his Watsonville farm. The Citrus Modernista Dinner is $195 per person, exclusive of wine, tax, and gratuity. Wine pairings are $195 for premium and $110 for traditional. Reservations are available by calling Manresa at 408.354.4330. The regular tasting menu will not be offered on this evening.
Chef David Kinch and Love Apple Farms’ Cynthia Sandberg are proud to be honored with a “Maverick Spirit Chef Award” at the 2014 Cinequest Film Festival 2014 in San Jose on Sunday, March 9. The pair will also debut in Director/Producer Michael T. Whalen’s documentary, The Farmer and the Chef, showcasing the journey of the farm alongside the award-winning restaurant. For information and tickets to the screening, please visit the Cinequest website.
The second printing of Manresa: An Edible Reflection has arrived! Purchase your copy at the restaurant, local bookstores and online retailers including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and iBooks. Listen to Chef David Kinch’s latest interview with Emmy-award winning Liam Mayclem, host and producer of KCBS “FoodieChap” here.
The Manresa team is honored to be included in Cuaderno Matoses’ annual list of the top 50 restaurants in the world in Metropoli, part of Spain’s largest daily newspaper, El Mundo. The list is based on Matoses’ visits to nearly 400 establishments between twenty countries and across 450,000 miles. Manresa is ranked number eight on the list which includes restaurants from Lima to Kyoto to Barcelona. The complete story is available here.
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