Kistilano’s Bishop’s Celebrates 25 Years


Bishop’s Restaurant first opened its doors to the public 25 years ago last month (December 14, 1985) and it is celebrating the occasion with a special prix fixe menu that pays homage to its first menu so many years ago.

Announced today on Scout Magazine, the four-course menu includes such Bishop’s classics as Goat Cheese Salad, Dungeness Crab Cakes, Lamb Three Ways and Death by Chocolate.

John Bishop and Andrea Carlson

“I wanted to challenge Chef to re-create and re-imagine some of the dishes that were our original signatures,” says John Bishop of the special menu that will be available Sundays through Thursdays starting January 13th through February 10th this year. Twenty-five years ago, it was Chef Bishop in the kitchen. Now the very talented Chef Andrea Carlson leads the brigade – the same Andrea Carlson who created the very first 100-Mile Diet Menu served in a restaurant. How times have changed.

Read more about the special Bishop’s Classics Menu on Scout Magazine.

Photo: Scout Magazine

Last modified: January 13, 2011

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