Bossie’s Kitchen Is Serving Breakfast

••• Bossie’s Kitchen is now serving breakfast, Wednesday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and the menu is full of tempting items. I rushed over to try the classic breakfast sandwich on a homemade English muffin, and I quite enjoyed it, but the biggest news here might be that you can finally get Bossie’s famous donuts in the morning.

••• Folks at Azul, the Mexican restaurant long in the works for 7 E. Anapamu Street, told Edible Santa Barbara that they expect to open in a few weeks.

••• Fieldside, the restaurant at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club, has closed after 11 months. No word on whether something will take its place. Thanks to A. for the tip.

••• The Renaud’s Patisserie outpost on Coast Village Road is open for wine and hors d’oeuvres on Friday and Saturday evenings. “Wine flights take center stage with meticulously crafted assortments, each paired with select hors d’oeuvres. Flights such as A Taste of Paris offer a selection of French wines complemented by Gougeres, while When in Rome features Italian wines with a cheese board. […] Renaud’s expansive patio is a piece of Parisian delight under the stars.” Si tu le dis…. Reservations can be made here.

••• “What can you find out about the Goleta Beach restaurant situation?” asked C. “It was such a wonderful place to go for drinks, lunch, and dinner. I hope somebody will resurrect it soon.” The Ellwood has been working on opening for a long time. There were some legal issues and then last year’s big storm caused significant damage. The restaurant’s Instagram page says it’s shooting to open later this year. I’ll check in around then, when I do the next roundup of forthcoming restaurants.

••• Dart Coffee Co.‘s outpost at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is now shooting to open the first week of December.

••• A profile of Oliver’s chef Manny Juan. —Independent

••• After 40 years, Danny’s Deli in Carpinteria—the one that’s also a car wash and bait shop—has closed. Owner Danny Kellogg decided to retire. —Coastal View News


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Sam Tababa

Danny’s had the best smoked try-tip and turkey sandwiches in town. Once you got over the strangeness of the place, you would return many times to enjoy them. Enjoy your retirement Danny. I am sure that lot is worth a small fortune. Fish on!

Patricia Dall’Armi

Danny’s closing is so very sad our families have been loving his turkey and tri-tip ever since he opened. Very sorry he will be greatly missed.