Last week we learned that Wild Magnolia is closing later this month in Orinda Theatre Square and a new restaurant called Saffron Indian Restaurant & Bar is planning on opening in this spot at the beginning of May. Watch for updates on their Facebook page here.
Wild Magnolia, which replaced Table 24 a couple of years ago in Orinda Theatre Square, will be closing at the end of February. A new restaurant called Saffron Indian Restaurant & Bar will be opening in its place. Stay tuned.
Lina Shatara’s love of travel inspired her collection along with the wealth of visuals (geometric patterns, organic shapes and calligraphy) that boldly influence her designs. Turning sharp yet simplistic pieces into edgy contemporary jewelry has become the DNA of the brand, although not one she is bound to. Every season is about challenging herself creatively. Her use of mixed materials, oxidized metals and matte finishes add elements of surprise to pieces, creating an undeniable unisex appeal.
A new popup shop featuring Moraga-based Hofssi Chocolates and Hollie’s Homegrown farm-to-table food & gifts opened recently in the wine bar Cine Cuvée next to the Orinda movie theater. They are open every day from 11am to 5pm through December 23rd and the wine bar is still open after 5pm. You can also find Hollie’s at the Moraga and Walnut Creek Shadelands farmers market. Hofssi Chocolates will be offering their chocolates at various events which are listed here and can also be found at Diablo Foods.
Hollie’s Homegrown is a small, organic family farm in Moraga, California. We specialize in growing culinary herbs, herbal teas, and medicinal herbs for bath & body products. Grown to perfection in our own backyard (literally!), we keep a watchful eye on our precious plants like part of the family.
Linda Hofmeister and Susan Rossi founded their business in Moraga California to serve Lamorinda and the greater Contra Costa County. We specialize in producing premium chocolates, gianduja, caramels, and toffee. Our elegant confections are freshly made using the finest ingredients. Our company’s motto “Conscientious Consumption” means that we are dedicated to sourcing as many organic, sustainable and local ingredients as practicable.
We will be finishing out this holiday season and will have a limited schedule in January to handle returns and the wind down of the shop.
Come down to the Grove and get 25% everything in the store and 65% off of all clearance items. Plus we will be making deals on fixtures and store equipment. All the gifts you’ve come to love, now much cheaper than before.
Thanks to a reader for sending a photo showing that Table 24 has closed in Orinda Theatre Square. According to the Table 24 Facebook page it closed earlier this month and will reopen as Wild Magnolia with Dianna Davis-Condon of Dianna Condon Cuisine and feature, “seasonal, sustainable, small plates”. Diablo Dish reports that they will open by Thanksgiving.
Visual Entree Optometry recently closed after being in Orinda Theatre Square for several years. I’ve been going here for a while so I’m sad to see them go. Anyone have any recommendations for a nearby eyewear store?
Earlier this month we learned that the Mexican restaurant Barbacoa closed in Orinda Theatre Square, to be replaced with a new restaurant called The Fourth Bore Tap Room and Grill and they are opening this Tuesday, November 24th. Check out the food and cocktail menu here and wine/beer menu here. The menu notes, “We proudly server Richard’s grass fed beef from Moraga, CA”. It doesn’t get more local than that! I’m looking forward to trying the Smokehouse BBQ burger (cheddar cheese, bacon, onion strings, lettuce, tomato, bbq sauce, served with Fourth Bore potato chips). The Fourth Bore will feature 30 beers on tap with a pub style menu.