How Chez Panisse redesigned fine dining—and changed how America eats

Thank Alice Waters and her Berkeley, California, restaurant Chez Panisse—celebrating its 50th anniversary this year—for the farm-to-table movement that changed how America eats.

When a small restaurant called Chez Panisse opened its doors 50 years ago in Berkeley, California, it wasn’t obvious that it would change how Americans thought about eating. The on August 28, 1971, was pâté baked in pastry, duck with olives, a salad, and an almond tart, served for a fixed price of $3.95. There were too many waiters and not enough utensils.

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