Solvang eatery Sear Steakhouse will quickly change into Crawford’s Steakhouse after restaurateur Nathan Peitso of Los Angeles not too long ago took possession of the downtown farm-to-table location that was launched in February 2021.
The eventual rebrand and title change to Crawford’s Steakhouse is in honor of his household title, in response to a spokeswoman for the brand new proprietor.
Whereas taking the helm as new proprietor/government chef at Solvang’s Sear Steakhouse, Peitso concurrently runs his Los Angeles meals institution, Farmhouse.
Based on Peitso, Sear’s native farmer, fisherman and rancher relationships will proceed to play a serious function within the kitchen as he sources meals from Santa Ynez Valley farms, along with his household’s Southern California Kenter Canyon Farms and longtime distributor Roan Mills Bakery, of Fillmore.
Additional, the restaurant’s wine record will deal with Californian wines, with roughly 75% of the wines listed sourced from Santa Barbara County, and the stability from different wineries within the state, the spokeswoman stated.
Peitso, a second-generation farmer and new resident of the Santa Ynez Valley, stated he intends to maintain menu pricing accessible to patrons.
Sear Steakhouse is open from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday via Thursday and Sunday, and from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The restaurant is situated at 478 4th Place in Solvang.
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