Beyond the traveling Pop Up, Eye of the Avocado can be hired for personal chef & catering gigs. Jes’ food has been described as food from the heart, rustic, honest, herb centered, lemon soaked & mouth watering delicious. Real food made from love. It is a woman owned business.
“The food!!! Jes has an inspiring dedication to quality food and producing wonderful culinary delights. I hired her as a vendor for the 31st annual Sierra Storytelling Festival and she an instant hit! From the staff to the audience, Eye of the Avocado was by far the most popular food vendor. Since that time I have followed Eye of the Avocado to every pop-up and supper club. I highly recommend Eye of the Avocado to my friends and colleagues when ever the topic of food is on the table. ” – Belle // March 2017
“If I could rate Eye of the Avocado ten stars I would!! We hired them to cater our wedding, and it was the best decision we made!! Weeks later, guests are still raving about the Mac n Cheese, and I have a feeling it will be a lasting detail we all come back to. We also hired a food truck, and Jes seamlessly coordinated with them to set up and serve her Mac n Cheese beside the truck. She also coordinated with the event space to access the ovens before serving. She made enough Mac n Cheese for 170 people, served each guest with a warm smile, and every portion was gooey cheesy, perfect. I loved that we could trust her to iron out the practical details of serving, so it was one less thing for us to think about. I also loved how you can TASTE the love and intention that went into each bite. We picked Eye of the Avocado because of their dedication to using organic, locally sourced ingredients, and their commitment to creating community around beautiful, feel good, meals. Jes’ Mac n Cheese felt like the glue at our wedding!! It brought so many friends and family together over one beautiful, home cooked meal!! Thank you Jes!!” -Nora & Josh // May 2017
TimeOutSF: “(Eye of the Avocado) serving SF’s most popular breakfast sandwich”
Urban Daddy SF: “The best weekends include breakfast sandwiches. Particularly, breakfast sandwiches on brioche buns with pickled vegetables, herb butter, bacon and avocado. Assuming that sounds good, you’ll want to check out the Eye of the Avocado pop-up, which is happening in a very real way. And is named that”.
EaterSF: Pop-up Eye of the Avocado has opened its doors — at least temporarily … serving up a highly instagram-able array of breakfast sandwiches.
Bernalwood: “Eye of the Avocado is already crushing it on Yelp”