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Chef Brooks Schmitt of Bruxo will be cooking an 8 course Israeli inspired dinner Saturday, December 1st at the Native Son's Hall for the St. Helena Winter Market. Passed orderbs begin at 6:30, followed by a Tel Aviv family style table set down at 7:00. Limited to 40 seats.

Brooks Schmitt, head chef and owner of Bruxo Food Truck, started in Anderson Valley, and currently operates out of Santa Cruz, California. The project features a biweekly shapeshifting menu, highlighting food styles from different parts of the world, utilizing local, seasonal ingredients, and exotic flavors. To learn more about the project, follow them on instagram @bruxofoodtruck or read this recent article by Edible Monterey

Chef Schmitt will take over the Native Son's kitchen for the weekend of the St. Helena Winter Market. Saturday, from noon to five Bruxo will open to the public with a Korean inspired menu. Saturday night Bruxo will shapeshift and serve an elaborate Tel Aviv Artisan Dinner. On Sunday morning, a unique gamet of brunch items including Aebelskivers and Shakshuka will complete the weekend. The Saturday night dinner will be as follows:

Artisan Dinner Menu

Tel Aviv Soup Dumplings

chicken, pistachio, carrot, turmeric, parsley, meyer lemon zest, lillikoi tehina, microgreens

Fried Pita

creamy hummus, pickled red onion, tarragon, olive oil, d'espelette

Blistered Dragon Tongue Beans

piquillo pepper, black olive, lemon, shattered thyme, fried shallot

Chioggia Beets

braised with white wine, peppercorns, bay leaf, arbol, and garlic

Fresh Hummus

soom tehina, garlic, lemon, parsley, olive oil, warm pita

Persian Wedding Rice

turmeric rice, golden raisins, pistachios, blood orange zest

Slow Cooked Lam in Pomegranate Molasses

brined, slow braised, rested, bone in lamb shoulder, served with creamy garbanzos, fresh pomegranate, and tzatziki

Chocolate Konafi

filo dough, chevre cream, meyer simple syrup, shaved cacao


BYOW - glasses and decanters provided

Dietary restrictions will, when possible, be accomodated by omission.