In recent news, Cindy Pawlcyn is closing her short lived restaurant, Cindy Pawlcyn’s Wood Grill and Wine Bar, just south of downtown St Helena. Opened about a decade ago as Go Fish, then morphing into Brassica, the place though popular has never seemed to quite take off.
Citing her current landlord’s intent to take over the leased space, Cindy closed the doors quietly at the end of January. Her two other very popular eateries, Mustards north of Yountville and Cindy’s Backstreet Kitchen in St Helena, are still going strong. Mustards was one of the first truly successful new California style restaurant to open in Napa Valley over 30 years ago.
In other news from the City of Napa, Cuvee currently on Soscol Street is moving the restaurant and bar inside the River Terrance Inn with a new joint to open in their previous space. Rocabella, another downtown eatery, has closed. For aq more complete story of this and more, read L. Pierce Carson’s, Taste of the Valley column in a recent issue of the Napa Valley Register.
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