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Chez TJ, Tied House team up for mixed-use project

Uploaded: May 4, 2017
UPDATE: The Mountain View City Council discussed this project on Tuesday, June 14. Read a recap of the meeting from the Mountain View Voice here.

Big news for fans of Mountain View's Chez TJ: The longtime fine-dining restaurant, along with neighboring restaurant and brewery Tied House, are pursuing a joint plan to build a four-story office building at their sites on Villa Street, Chez TJ executive chef Jarad Gallagher said Wednesday.

For more on the development and what this means for the future of Chez TJ, read a story I wrote for this week's Mountain View Voice: Chez TJ, Tied House team up for mixed-use project


Executive Chef Jarad Gallagher in the kitchen at Chez TJ in 2016. One of the reasons he and owner George Aviet want to be part of a forthcoming redevelopment is that the restaurant is growing out of its current space, Gallagher said. Photo by Michelle Le.
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