The premise of this place is that each month they pay homage (see what they did there?) to a Bay Area farm, bringing in most of their produce from that one grower. The menu changes regularly, but you’ll find breakfasts of various sizes (from pastries to eggs and French toast), lunch dishes including salads and tartines, and evening snacking options like oysters, bruschetta, and charcuterie.
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