Opening Wednesday, August 29, Crumb at The Webster will feature the same fast casual soups, salads, sandwiches,and baked goods that Bernstein's Design District eatery draws consistent lunchtime lines for. Located in the hotel's first-floor lounge, the intimate space will seat about 30 guests, with room for an additional 12 on the outside patio. Plus, there's the beach (with unlimited ocean-view seating) a mere block away.
Crumb at The Webster will initially serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with fresh-brewed coffee, pastries, and cocktails offered until 8 p.m. -- just in time for a little après-beach pick-me-up.
What prompted Bernstein to finally make a move to the beach? The
opportunity to work with the team behind The Webster,
Laure Heriard Dubreuil and Milan Vukmirovic, who Bernstein says, "mirror how David and I approach cooking and hospitality." Bernstein was referring, of course, to husband and business partner David Martinez.
of Bernstein on the mainland will be pleased to note that she and
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husband Martinez will continue to own and operate the original Crumb on
Parchment, as well as the flagship Michy's, with "additional
restaurant concepts in the works." Stay tuned.