Alice Waters of Chez Panisse talks to Berkeleyside on the eve of the reopening of the iconic restaurant, nearly three months after it was badly damaged in an early-morning fire.
Chez Panisse is closed indefinitely after careful scrutiny of the damage caused to the famous restaurant by an early-morning fire on March 8 revealed that it needs significant demolition and reconstruction work that will take longer than originally anticipated.
Crews are working to repair and rebuild the famous restaurant damaged by a fire on March 8. Owner Alice Waters wants to re-open as soon as possible.
[Update, 2:45 p.m.: Read a statement from Chez Panisse owner Alice Waters at the foot of this story.]
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