Homage provides a menu reflecting and honoring our bounty of farms within the Bay Area. Our team travels to the market every week, building farm relationships and gathering what we decide is in perfect ripeness, ultimately preparing an ever changing and concise menu.
February 5th - March 2nd
THis Month, We Pay HOMAGE TO…
Started Working the Land:
Louis began farming 200 acres in Half Moon Bay.
He farmed there until 1979,
when he moved the farm to its current location.
165 acres in Half Moon Bay, about 35 miles from Homage.
on the farm:
Upon his arrival from Italy in 1939, Louis'
father, Michael, settled in Pescadero, where he learned to farm. In 1962, Louis began his farming career with the 200 acres mentioned above.
The son of an Italian immigrant, Louis Iacopi grew up in Pescadero, and learned to farm from his father Michael. Louis in now working with his own son, Mike, to continue the family tradition on their Half Moon Bay farm. Iacopi grows 8 to 10 varieties of beans, prized Green Globe Artichokes, sugar snap and English peas.
All of our whole wheat is ground on-site, producing the freshest of flours.
Additional meats, seafoods and other produce not from our featured farm are sourced from beautifully cared for, local sources.
Know who raised your fare today by reviewing our additional information throughout the restaurant.