Monday, 23 July 2012


This weekend I was lucky enough to dine at this new restaurant in La Jolla - Herringbone. I was thrilled to experience some wonderful unpretentious and delicious food combined with rustic and interesting design.

Here, amongst an energetic din of glamorous la Jollans, our eyes feasted on rustic chandeliers with 'puffin fish' shades and painted corrugated iron pendants. The eclectic design elements were fantastic with 4 olive trees actually growing inside the restaurant, exposed brick and forged iron chairs, tables and rustic bar stools.

I promise this doesn't always happen and that is not the premise of the blogpost but we actually sell these bar stools on!

The Interiors were designed by Schoos Design in LA and I think they did a fabulous job of creating a trendy urban yet organic atmosphere that buzzed with the energy of the la Jolla night scene.
For those that are interested the risotto balls were delicious and my fish and chips were fantastic. The wine list is sensational and constantly evolving - a thoroughly delicious experience.

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