C Casa to bring ‘innovative Mexican dishes’ to Oxbow Public Market this Spring

by TrevR on January 19, 2010

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As we strolled through Oxbow Public Market this past weekend we made note of the fact that, as announced late last year, Rotisario was closed.

Work is already underway on the space, which is located at the North end of the market directly across from Hog Island Oyster Co., and a new establishment is expected to be open this coming Spring.

The new establishment will be called C Casa and will focus on “…innovative Mexican dishes and will utilize local growers, ranchers and farmers” according to a release. Catherine Bergen, the woman behind the “Made In Napa Valley” brand, is opening the restaurant and has signed-on Erasto and Pablo Jacinto (The Border) to run the kitchen.

In terms of the menu, the release states:

Every day you will find five to seven creative tacos made with fresh homemade corn tortillas and other interesting dishes such as  black beans with chorizo and goat cheese or a cilantro lime salad with queso seco, avocado and roasted red bell peppers.

Stay tuned for more.

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, wine, winery, Oxbow Public Market, C Casa, C Casa Taqueria]

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