Chef Lauren Herman and her wife Chef Christina Olufson, have opened Bossie’s Kitchen at 901 North Milpas Street, an address locally famous for being adorned with a cow on the roof. The building was constructed in 1939 to be the creamery and processing plant for Live Oak Dairy.
Bossie’s Kitchen serves dinner and will try to start lunch service mid-next week. “We are into our third week and its been great,” said Olufson. “We started off with dinner, and happy hour, and we have been getting a lot of love from the neighborhood. The cuisine is Farmer’s Market, Californian, we do a little bit of everything. I’m half Korean so there’s few of those influences on the menu, like the Korean fried chicken sandwich. We have a different special every night of the week. ”
People can order items at the counter to go or dine at the restaurant. Current offerings include Hot Sandwiches (grilled cheese, Korean fried chicken, pork belly, meatballs), Cold Sandwiches (pita wrap, roasted turkey, slices salami), Plates (roasted market vegetables, grilled salmon, grilled hamburger), Soups, Salads, and Sides.
Bossie’s Kitchen is open Tuesday-Sunday. Happy hour is 4:30-6 p.m. and dinner is 5 p.m. -close. Visit bossieskitchen.com.