Mill Valley celebrity chef Tyler Florence has ended his Napa experiment two years after entering the downtown market with a restaurant and retail shop in the on Main Street.
Florence his restaurant Dec. 26 and now has closed the too, according to manager Jessica Bianco.
The reports that Florence's departure was a mutual decision made by the Marin-based chef/restaurateur and Riverfront landlord Mike DeSimoni, who told the newspaper he felt Florence hadn't spent enough time at his Napa businesses.
It seems that Florence is dedicating the bulk of his energy to his Mill Valley projects, from the to his . He has also served as a consultant on the .
Share your theories and opinions in our comments section.