Michelin-Starred Restaurant Returning To Wine Country This Summer
View of dehydrated grapes called Criollo (Creole) grape from the San Juan vineyard in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, on May 17, 2022. - The Ayllu cooperative produces wine with grapes grown at almost 3,000 meters of altitude, with negative temperatures at night and exorbitant radiation during the day, in the arid soils of the Atacama desert. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP) (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP via Getty Images)

As I personally settle into the Bay Area, I couldn’t be more excited to go on some day trips to all of the amazing destinations just a short drive away. Heading up to Wine Country is definitely near the top of my list.

According to SF Chronicle, the acclaimed Cyrus restaurant is set to be reborn in Geyserville, a 10-minute drive from its original home in Healdsburg, on September 9th.

I can’t say I’ve been to a Michelin-starred restaurant before. But I might have to change that this September!