A beautiful escape just one hour away

September 9, 2008 11:56:09 AM PDT
It has taken 10 years, but it's finally open -- the newly restored Nick's Cove Restaurant and Cottages\ on the stunningly beautiful Tomales Bay. Pat Kuleto says the completion of this amazing project, just an hour from the Golden Gate Bridge, was worth the challenge.

About Nick's Cove
In 2000, Pat Kuleto and partner Mark Franz purchased Nick's Cove on scenic Tomales Bay. A labor of love, this special project will restore the historic 100-year-old Nick's Cove restaurant and its bayside cottages with all the care and attention to detail for which Pat is famous. Nick's Cove promises to emerge as one of the most cherished destinations on the California coast.

23240 Highway 1
Marshall, CA 94940
Website: www.nickscove.com
Phone: 866-63-NICKS

About Pat Kuleto
With a career spanning more than 35 years, Pat Kuleto has revolutionized the field of design and established himself has one of the world's most visionary restaurateurs. Innovative and oft imitated, Pat's name exploded onto the scene in 1985 with the creation of San Francisco's beloved Fog City Diner (his 110th design) and almost single-handedly established restaurant design as a specialty in its own right. Since then Pat has helped craft over 170 restaurants including Atlanta's Buckhead Diner, Chicago's Papagus and San Francisco's world-renowned Postrio.

Over the years, Pat Kuleto's name has become synonymous with excellence. A leader in the hospitality field, in 1999 Pat won Bon Appetit's Food and Entertaining Award for Best Designer and was honored the following year by Time magazine as one of the "Top 100 Innovators" in its 2000 Millennium issue. For the man who claims he was born with a building permit, not a birth certificate, the expectations for every new project run high. The driving force and culinary entrepreneur behind several of the Bay Area's most revered dining destinations.


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