As a South Bay resident, I am excited to bring the neighborhood a Social House where guests come for dinner but stay for the spirited and engaging atmosphere.
When you dine at MB Post, you’ll find a carefully edited selection of seasonal dishes. Categorized by Breads; Charcuterie, Cheese and Sumthin' Sumthin's; Vegetable dishes; Seafood dishes; and Meat dishes, all, even the veggies and house–made breads, are meant to stand on their own as a dish, not sides, for the table. The goal is to encourage our Guests to sample their way through the menu and enjoy an array of new ingredients, flavors, and textures.
General Manager Jerry Garbus will feature a selection of five beers on draught and twelve bottled beers chosen to represent stand–outs within various regions and styles. Ten hand–crafted signature cocktails will consist of classic archetypes with an original twist all made with seasonal, fresh–squeezed juices and house–made syrups, salts, and preserved fruits. Thirty unique wines by the glass and one hundred wines on the bottle list are hand picked to focus on Estate, Single Vineyard and/or Special Designate wines which are outstanding in their respective classes and styles.
The look and feel of MB Post was crafted to reflect the beach community’s relaxed and vibrant ocean–front culture and pay homage to the space’s 1960’s postal office origins. The exposed rafters, cement floors, sun–bleached reclaimed wood, communal tables, and a color scheme borrowing from the local lifeguard stands, anchor whimsical embellishments like volleyball posts repurposed as shelving, and a vintage post office desk.
Maybe you’ll see me riding my bike to work to prepare food that I love for my community. I want our Guests to feel at home as they pass plates around the table and share stories with their friends. There is a lot of myself in MB Post and I hope to make a human connection between what is on the plate and in the glass, and the long-standing relationship with friends, farms, artisanal purveyors and our neighbors.