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Bell Street Farm: Charming Wine County Comfort Food Cafe

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Bell Street Farm: Charming Wine County Comfort Food Cafe
Bell Street Farm
406 Bell Street
Los Alamos, CA 93440
805 344 4609
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Date of Visit: June 10, 2012 & May 31, 2013

Key People

Jamie Gluck (owner)

Summary

Jamie Gluck, a longtime marketing professional who splits time between Los Alamos and Los Angeles, runs Bell Street Farm, a charming space that serves comfort food. Los Alamos could easily qualify as a one-horse town, except that the surrounding wine country attracts thousands of vino-tourists each weekend, and the café is right near Vandenberg Air Force Base, America’s third largest. Gluck features local produce and proteins in delectable sandwiches and salads. On the Third Saturday of each month, Bell Street Farm hosts a blowout $40 feast, complete with a jam-packed Antipasti Bar, a proper Dinner featuring Huntsinger free-range rotisserie chicken, and Dessert.

The Scene

Bell Street Farm resides in a building that originally housed a bank. The front room is a combination café and market, with a shiny pressed tin ceiling, worn floor, open kitchen, white walls, and plenty of chicken imagery. Shelves hold local wine and wine country products, a refrigerator adds craft beer to the mix, and pastry pedestals showcase rustic baked goods. A fenced in back patio features red, umbrella-protected picnic tables.

Must Order Food

  • Deli Salad Sampler ($8)
  • Rotisserie Pork Salad ($12.25)
  • Meatloaf Sandwich ($11.25)
  • Almond Croissant

Drink Of Choice

Wine + Beer

Nearby Culture

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Related Categories: American, California, Santa Barbara, Southern California

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