St. Eve’s celebrates artistry in the kitchen and beyond. Salvaged 200 year old barn doors separate our main dining space from our 45 seat party room. Over-sized honey brown banquettes, natural wood beams hovering over handcrafted American walnut tables, lit by crystal and twig chandeliers, creates a timeless, urban aesthetic.
Details abound in folk art accents, antiqued French mirrors, and all original art, including a personally commissioned linoleum carving, which pays homage to Ho-Ho-Kus NJ, as well as Chef Christianson’s beloved Red Sox.
Pooling our resources of artisan friends, helped us convey the warm, welcoming vibe we had aspired to. Judi Christianson’s dramatic design set the stage for the real star – Chef Steven Christianson’s cuisine. C.I.A. trained, and lauded for his kitchen artistry, Chef Christianson is passionately committed to using only the freshest organic, and when possible, locally sourced ingredients. The allure of the wood burning grill, along with the open window into our kitchen, entices diners to share in the excitement. Artfully prepared meat, fish and vegetarian selections to pastas made in house, all in most generous portions, change seasonally.
Operating Citrus Grille for 18 years has propelled this team into St. Eve’s, a dining experience to excite all the senses. Locals, foodies and followers of Chef Christianson, since he first made his mark on the Bergen County restaurant scene, are quickly spreading the word about our new BYO in downtown Ho-Ho-Kus NJ.
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