Mark and Terri Stark Bring a Taste of Brooklyn to Wine Country
SANTA ROSA, CA, March 12, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Husband and wife restaurateurs Mark and Terri Stark announce the opening of Grossman’s Noshery & Bar (www.grossmanssr.com) on March 20 in the Hotel La Rose in Santa Rosa’s Historic Railroad Square. The New York-Style deli, bakery and bar brings a taste of Brooklyn to Wine Country with house-made baked goods and house-cured and smoked fish and meats. Chef Mark Stark’s interpretation of the Jewish deli pulls in influences from Eastern Europe and the Middle East in addition to the East Coast of the U.S. Open seven days a week, Grossman’s serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and noshes. Diners can eat-in, take-out, or sip a classic or craft cocktail at the ample bar. Grossman’s is the seventh restaurant from Mark and Terri Stark, and the second to open in less than one year.
Grossman’s menu features eclectic breakfast dishes, noshes, sandwiches, soups, salads, platters for sharing, nightly specials, dumplings, and desserts. In addition to traditional Jewish deli fare like Pastrami on Rye, Matzoh Ball Soup, and Lox and Bagels, a few regional specialties sure to become favorites are Khachapuri (a Georgian cheese bread topped with a soft egg), Sabich (Israeli eggplant sandwich on house-made pita) and soft serve frozen Labneh (a thick and creamy yogurt “cheese”) with sweet toppings.
The Starks have installed a large bakery in the restaurant’s kitchen. A glass window will give diners a front row seat as bakers create bagels, rye bread, pita, knishes, cookies, hamantaschen, and chocolate and cinnamon babka. The bakery will also produce some of the breads and rolls used at the Starks’ other restaurants.
The restaurant is named for Terri Stark’s family and honors both her Jewish heritage and affinity for a well-made deli sandwich. Terri designed the interior of the restaurant which is located within the footprint of the Hotel La Rose. Built in 1907, the Santa Rosa landmark is listed as a Historic Hotel of America under the auspices of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Terri’s design honors the space’s heritage while bringing in some modern and humorous touches. She wanted a visit to Grossman’s to feel like to a visit to your hip grandma’s.
For more information about Grossman’s, visit www.grossmanssr.com. The restaurant’s telephone number is 707.595.7707; the email address is [email protected]. Grossman’s may also be found on Facebook and Instagram at GrossmansNoshery. Hours are 7:00am to 9:00pm daily. For more information on the Starks and their other restaurants, all located in Sonoma County California, visit www.starkrestaurants.com.
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