Wednesday, January 25, 2012

A Little Somethin' Somethin' About Cosecha

Many flattering reviews have been written about Cosecha since it’s arrival in mid-2011, and Social Feast has been chomping at the bit to share this local gem with as many eager friends as possible.
The chef, Dominica Rice, is committed to a farm to table ethos; and while the daily offerings at Cosecha are deceptively simple in description, the delicious devil can be found in loving attention to every detail.

It is my regular go-to for morning lattes, and if I ever need a superlative fish taco or warm, satisfying bowl of Pozole filled with fresh cilantro, cabbage, moist chicken and hearty hominy, I know that these (and many other equally satisfying offerings) will not just fit the bill, but elevate the experience to its Platonic ideal.

If you can drop by between 5 and 9 this Friday evening, they are serving up a craftily captivating abbreviated dinner menu featuring organic ribs, beer and wine produced right here in Oakland, and some of the world’s most dangerous donuts.  A perfectly-balanced vanilla bean crème fraiche filling (The famished center of a ball of fluffy deep-fried dough lovingly concluded with cultured cream, anyone?) is just one fantastic reason to try them.

Cosecha Friday Menu | January 27 | 5 to 9 p.m.
Becker Lane Braised Ribs
Linden Street Beer and Periscope Wine
a la carte Taco Menu
Hannah's Homemade Donuts
Don't forget about the upcoming Social Feast at Cosecha on Saturday, February 11.  If you didn't receive an invitation, please register as a member on this blogspot and send a note my way to receive an invitation.

No comments:

Post a Comment