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  • After decades in the restaurant business and 22 years of running his eponymous restaurant on the Midpeninsula, John Bentley will hang up his.

    reviews of John Bentley's - CLOSED "Back for a Saturday night celebration. the buzz, words cannot express how wonderful this restaurant was last night.

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    John Bentley's, Redwood City: See unbiased reviews of John Bentley's, rated of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked #9 of restaurants in Redwood City.

    In the window that pops up, make sure Location is set to Ask or Allow. They're very tender and juicy, but I was just so distracted by the foie gras. View 3 more answers. Lightly breaded and brined, it was super tender and juicy and covered with a really nice chutney.

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    E-mail Elena Kadvany About this blog: I am a perpetually hungry twenty-something journalist, born and raised in Menlo Park and currently working at the Palo Alto Weekly as education and youth staff writer. I graduated from USC with a major in Spanish and a minor in jo More About this blog: I graduated from USC with a major in Spanish and a minor in journalism.

    Though my first love is journalism, food is a close second. I am constantly on the lookout for new restaurants to try, building an ever-expanding "to eat" list. As a journalist, I'm always trolling news sources and social media websites with an eye for local food news, from restaurant openings and closings to emerging food trends.

    When I was a teenager growing up in Menlo Park, I always drove up to the city on weekends with the singular purpose of finding a better meal than I could at home. But in the past year or so, the Peninsula's food culture has been totally transformed, with many new restaurants opening and a continuous stream of San Francisco restaurants coming south to open Peninsula outposts. Don't navigate this food boom hungry and alone! Feed me your tips on new chefs and eats and together we'll share them with the broader community.

    Hide View all posts from Elena Kadvany. You are always welcome with class and style. John is one of the most underrated philanthropic gentleman you will ever of met.. He never said know and helped me in any cause I worked for.. John has been a gem from the get-go. He has managed to somehow remain self effacing and humble in the unrelenting spotlight of one of the most fickle and quixotic industries on the peninsula. His restaurants, and most importantly, his place in our lives - looked at as a whole - have been way better than good!

    His impeccable attention to detail and unpretentious, out of this world delicious, yummy "real food" is, and always has been, unparalleled! From the moment you walk in the door you feel special and know you'll soon be enjoying a meal planned to satisfy your every fantasy. Not to mention the personal attention from his incredible staff. Over the years they have loyally remained with him for good reason , when the norm in the industry has been less than stable. They continue to warmly welcome, assist and enhance your dining experience with knowledgeable, courteous, personal and attentive service.

    John deserves a chance to smell the roses, but oh - how I'll miss my special visits to J. Good on 'ya John! All good wishes to one of the finest chefs and restaurateurs in the business.

    As has been noted, John Bentley is one of the most generous, talented and humble people around. His generosity extends to promising acolytes whose greater skills tended toward fields like education or business, and guiding them gently back to school. His quiet support for nonprofits and underprivileged children has helped change lives. Thanks, John, for all you do. We started dining at John Bentleys when he was cooking in Woodside and we would sit on the terrace and enjoy a fabulous meal in a beautiful setting.

    I was a bit shocked when he moved to El Camino but we made the transition with ease and have been dining there ever since. We consider it a special night out. We enjoy it for birthdays and anniversaries, and when we have guests visiting from out of town. John, you are a class act. You will be sorely missed by your patrons of many years. Your servers are impeccable. Everything at your restaurant is near perfection. We are really going to miss you, but wish you all the best in your "next life.

    Classy restaurant, great food. Hate to see it go. Happy retirement to Mr Bentley! We will have to make a few trips up there this winter! Dating or Hanging Out While Sober: A widening societal division on justice By Douglas Moran 18 comments 1, views. Are you fit for Community College?

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