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Citrus Grill Restaurant


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Having been a big fan of the former Citrus Grille restaurant in Rockland County, NY I was wondering if anyone had any information on when and where the new restaurant is opening up in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ.

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From Second Helpings:

New Steve Christianson restaurant: January 2011

Steve Christianson, owner of the former Citrus Grille in Airmont, N.Y., is planning to open his new Ho-Ho-Kus restaurant in January 2011, according to his wife, Judi Christianson, who will be the restaurant’s manager. The couple had expected to open in the fall, but were delayed by construction on the 611 N. Maple Avenue building that will be home to their 125-seat BYO. The restaurant will have outdoor space and a private party room, and Judi Christianson said her husband’s menu will be “more innovative” than at Citrus Grille. She said they will not reveal the Ho-Ho-Kus restaurant’s name until closer to the opening.

Christianson was an original partner with Kevin Kohler at Cafe Panache in Ramsey, but the pair split up and Christianson opened Citrus Grille in 1992. Both chefs earned four stars from The Record, together and apart.

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Another article from Second Helpings:

Out with Citrus Grille, in with St. Eve’s

Steve Christianson, former chef-owner of the well-known Citrus Grille in Airmont, said today that his new Ho-Ho-Kus restaurant will be named St. Eve’s - a play on his first name.

Christianson and his wife and business partner, Judi Christianson, had hoped to open in January, but construction delays will likely push it to February or March, they said today. Their 110-seat BYO will feature a communal table and semi-open kitchen with a woodburning grill and rotisserie, dishes made from organic and local ingredients, made-from-scratch root beer and ginger ale, and a “water list” featuring different kinds of still and sparkling water. Christianson has still not decided whether he will serve his signature Citrus Grill dish, pecan chicken.

Christianson was an original partner with Kevin Kohler at Cafe Panache in Ramsey, but the pair split up and Christianson opened Citrus Grille in 1992. Both chefs earned four stars from The Record, together and apart. Christianson lost his lease for Citrus Grille and closed the restaurant earlier this year.

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