SAGE & ONION TO BECOME WORKER BEE CAFE

Reader Ted spotted a change of ownership sign at 5599 Hollister Avenue in Goleta, the current home of Sage & Onion which continues to be open for business as usual. I called Sage & Onion and was told that the eatery was purchased in April by Worker Bee Cafe which has a location at 973 Linden Avenue in Carpinteria. Worker Bee Cafe will retain a few menu items from Sage & Onion and complete the transformation in a few weeks.

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6 Responses to SAGE & ONION TO BECOME WORKER BEE CAFE

  1. Bob L says:

    From Steven Giles to the Worker Bee… there’s a transition for you…

  2. Foodie Dan says:

    WB can serve the workers at the surrounding retail. Good move!

  3. Joey Jo-Jo Junior Shabadoo says:

    No offense to the Worker Bee folks but this is a bummer. Agree with Dan though that they might be a better fit, the thing is though there’s a couple places just down the street serving the same kind of food. Sage and Onion was a nice option for old town.

  4. Jen says:

    The worker bee is horrible! Mediocre food and bad service. Such a bummer that we’re losing such a good quality restaurant for this. 🙁

  5. SB & TAHOE says:

    I had an excellent meal at Worker Bee in Carp last July. I even gave them a glowing review on Yelp. My business is on South Kellogg so I’m excited. I liked S&O and will miss them though.

  6. dmo says:

    Sage & Onion started out great but went downhill fast. My last sandwich there was a BLT and the bacon was FROZEN. Seriously.
    I look forward to anything else there!

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