Join Farmer’s Bottega on Thursday March 29th from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for an exclusive four-course wine dinner hosted by Chateau Montelena Winery. Hailing from Napa Valley’s sprawling vineyards, Chateau Montelena Winery is the product of agricultural dedication melded with the winery’s lengthy pursuit to perfect their products since its founding back in 1882.
Embracing the beauty of simplicity, Farmer’s Bottega in Mission Hills is a unique neighborhood eatery focused on delivering farm-to-table rustic Mediterranean food.
Upon entering the intimate eatery, the vintage décor creates a farmhouse ambiance. From a treadle sewing machine to a 40-year-old table-top recovered from the ocean, the warm details of this restaurant radiate authenticity. The Edison bulbs, dimly glowing from iron chandeliers and hallowed wine barrels, produce a welcoming and familiar atmosphere.
Farmer’s Bottega is hosting a Sliders & Craft Beer dinner, taking place on Monday September 18th, on their garden-style patio. Savor a farm-to-fork selection of different types of sliders paired with handpicked 8oz brews, including a flavorsome Vegetarian Slider paired with Duck Foot Irish Stout, a Fish Slider (fried ginger-panko Mahi Mahi) paired with Bitter Brothers Hefeweizen, a hearty Angus Beef Sliderpaired with Ironfire Mexican Style Lager, and finally, a BBQ-infused Pork Slider matched with Latitude 33 Blood Orange IPA; all of which will be served with signature Truffle Fries.
Two slices of bread and a world of possibilities in-between, give these places a chance and they’ll make the finest sandwiches you’ve ever seen!
The lively California eatery, Fig Tree Café Pacific Beach is serving up California-style sandwiches. The Grilled Turkey Sandwich, is piled high with turkey, bacon, avocado, tomatoes, cheddar and mozzarella cheese on grilled sourdough with garlic aioli. It doesn’t get any more California than this sandwich!
In one of San Diego’s most trendy neighborhoods, you will find Encontro. Whipping up house-made, custom grinds on an open-flame grill; you know sandwich magic is happening in the kitchen. Mary’s Chicken Sandwich made with all-natural chicken breast topped with parmigiana-reggiano, heirloom tomato, arugula on a ciabatta roll with white balsamic vinaigrette and basil aioli spread. This chic eatery is bringing back classic American food.
What sounds better than your favorite ground meat combined perfectly together with salt and unique spices? Absolutely nothing! The beloved and well-known sausage is an American crowd favorite and whether you like your sausage nestled in a bun, mixed in with your main dish, or on a cutting board paired with sauces, these bad boys are loaded with big time flavor ready to be discovered. The best part is that these San Diego restaurants have you fully covered in the flavor department, serving up the juiciest sausage dishes in town and redefining your idea of a proper sausage.
Embracing the beauty of simplicity, a new eatery in Mission Hills is taking the “farm-to-fork” culinary trend and transforming it into a necessity here to stay. Located on Washington Street, Farmer’s Bottega is where the food is as organic as the vintage, reclaimed décor.
Owner, Chef Alberto Morreale is no stranger to culinary creations that are as delicious as they are nutritious, also co-owning and operating San Diego’s Fig Tree Cafés in Hillcrest and Liberty Station. Staying true to his Sicilian roots, Morreale has created a unique menu, blending traditional Italian and modern-American cuisines into one-of-a-kind dishes. Running his restaurant on the motto, “Food doesn’t need to be complicated, but it’s important to know where it comes from,” Morreale dedicates his time to finding healthy, organic produce from local farms as well as cage-free, hormone-free meats.