The farmer and the seahorse
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CoronadoCarol202’s feedback On February 16, 2021, it was re-evaluated. I adore this place. We’ve eaten at Farmer and the Seahorse three times for lunch or brunch (and tried several more times). We love the place because it’s always busy, the servers are friendly, and the atmosphere is fantastic.
On our trips, we sampled three dishes. The lobster…benedict and the beet-cured salmon were both incredible. The blue crab Louie salad was the explanation for 4 instead of 5 stars this time.
The majority of the dishes at F and S are visually appealing; however, this salad was not. We expected hard boiled egg halves or thirds, tomato slices or halves, and crab bits. We were given a pile of lettuce with shredded crab, as well as a few bits of egg and tomato. The butter lettuce was tasty and fresh, but there was an excessive amount of it. The dressing was tasty, but it wasn’t quite enough. Worst of all, there were fishy bits in the crab. Frozen or jarred crab shards are unfit for this establishment.
colinlR2386IA2 reviewsReviewed via mobile on November 29, 2020 Excellent restaurant with excellent food. Great food and ambiance in a great place. The tractor, of course, is a big hit with the kids, and there’s plenty of room for them to run around. The visit will take place in November 2020. Is this information useful?
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Celebrity chef Brian Malarkey will no longer run the Green Acre restaurant locations in San Diego, and his Farmer & The Seahorse idea will be taken over by the Hillcrest’s Common Stock squad.
Brian Malarkey has been in charge of the culinary operations at three Alexandria Real Estate Equities tech center campuses in La Jolla for a long time, including two Green Acre and Farmer & the Seahorse sites. Malarkey’s hospitality company, Puffer Malarkey Holdings, which he runs with his partner Chris Puffer, recently handed over operational control of the three restaurants to a new group. Malarkey’s short-lived Asian street food eatery Wood Yu, which was located inside Alexandria Real Estate Equities’ Torrey Ridge Science Center, appears to be closed as well. The reason for the split is unknown, but we assume Malarkey decided to concentrate on his other restaurants, which include Herb & Wood, Herb & Sea, and Anime. Malarkey and his PR team were contacted for comment, but no response was received by the time of release.
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In a corporate office building, Farmer & The Seahorse is a restaurant and lounge design. Brian Malarkey designed the model, which includes fast-casual dining, grab-and-go, conferencing, and professional meeting rooms. Within the space, there is a converted/renovated Airstream camper that serves as a private dining room and conference room. A new indoor/outdoor bar, outdoor patio dining, grab-and-go shopping, conferencing, dining/lounge, and conferencing center were among the program’s criteria. A birch branch ceiling feature, baked enamel metal panels, and custom wall graphics designed by local artist Matt Forderer are among the design elements. Architectural Basic Services, Interior Design Services, FF&E custom design, and FF&E procurement services were all included in the scope of work.
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In a contemporary and stylish setting with dog-friendly outside seating, Farmer & the Seahorse offers a seasonal menu of flavorful dishes. Pear and fennel salad, heirloom tomato soup, fried chicken sandwiches, crab cake clubs, wild boar sloppy Joes, butternut squash lasagna, short ribs, and lobster pasta are just a few of the inventive dishes on the menu. A large variety of coffee, tea, and fruit smoothies are available to wash down the goodness. Dogs are welcome to sit on the large outdoor patio with their owners. Farmer & the Seahorse is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Saturdays.