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is nurturing, soulful and memorable. The menu is a celebration of the rich Northern California food community: seafood is caught in the nearby Pacific, produce is carefully sourced from local farms, meat is grass-fed or pasture-raised to name just a few. Flea Street offers innovative yet approachable cuisine that showcases the very best of the season. Our lively, yet intimate bar specializes in martinis and unique cocktails using small batch liquors. A large hand-selected wine list features the best of California?s extraordinary vineyards with an emphasis on the local appellation--the Santa Cruz Mountains.
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- Jan 25, 2015 · I took my fiancé here for her birthday. I had pretty high expectations due to the reviews, and they were unequivocally met or exceeded. We ordered the Red Wine Poached Pear Salad, Ricotta and Chive Gnocchi, Whole Grain Mustard Tagliatelle, and the Pork Tenderloin/Pork Belly Special, all of which … Full review
- Jan 22, 2015 · I would simply write, "FOODIES? GO HERE!" but Yelp won't let me get away with that, so...Excellent cocktails, and I've never considered myself much of a cocktail gal. If you're into appetizers, everything I have tried here is delicious, but I particularly enjoyed the, I think it's anchovies? Or sardines? … Full review
- Jan 18, 2015 · Celebrated there tonight and once again everything was superb: spot prawn, crab salad, black cod, cheese plate and sticky toffee pudding. Have never had a bad dish there--ever. Husband. Especially likes their Spicy Gin & Tonic. Question to Yelpers: why would anyone bring a toddler here for dinner, or any high-end restaurant? Full review
- Jan 13, 2015 · We came here on New Year's Eve for their set menu, first time here, and I really wanted to give this place a good score.1.) Food was pretty good, but I'm not sure what it was with my steak, just seemed to lack flavor and the dessert was disappointing, but the hard crust and soft chococolate center on it was … Full review
- Jan 12, 2015 · Overall, the food reminded me of Chez Panisse, but way more busy. Each dish seemed to have a dozen components (which our server listed from memory, impressively). Portions were generous.The amuse: slices of roasted beet (tasted like very good beets) and navel orange (very ordinary oranges). We … Full review