June 9, 2015

June 9, 2015
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Artist rendering of the proposed Brewster’s Beer Garden in Petaluma. Courtesy of Michael Goebel.

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Artist rendering of the proposed Brewster’s Beer Garden in Petaluma. Courtesy of Michael Goebel.

By 707 correspondent Heather Irwin. Sign up for the BiteClub Newsletter.

Permits have been signed and work is set to get started on ~BREWSTER’S BEER GARDEN~ in downtown Petaluma. We’ve just gotten word from owner Mike Goebel that he’s planning a pretty ambitious space that will include a large restaurant with a beer garden (natch), bocce ball court, kids playground area, and a bar. “The site was phenomenal,” said Goebel in a phone interview.

“I like the people and the culture of Petaluma, and it’s nestled in with cool historic buildings right on the river,” he said of the now-parking lot near Buffalo Billiards on Petaluma Blvd North.

Goebel is the owner of several bars in San Francisco and the restaurant Mamacita. He’s tapped chef Chris Beerman of the popular San Francisco comfort food restaurant Citizen’s Band (also Boulevard, Conduit) to head up the kitchen, which will focus on “barbecue-influenced” food and local craft brews. Goebel hopes to create a family-friendly space, including the possibility of bringing in dessert food trucks or coffee carts to add even more to the experience.

“I want something cool and different; we think this is a really sweet opportunity,” Goebel said. Expect the opening in 9 to 12 months.

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