Gather Round the Campfire

Sprouted Porridge Bread with Cultured Butter at Campfire Carlsbad

Sprouted Porridge Bread with Cultured Butter at Campfire Carlsbad

Remember roasting s’mores around a campfire as a child? Well here’s your chance to enjoy a sophisticated take on open fire cooking that’s big on creativity in the heart of Carlsbad Village. Chef Andrew Bachelier’s enticing menu of small seasonal plates encourages sharing. Dishes are grilled or smoked over wood, charcoal and ash. Sustainability rules from the locally sourced produce to the grass-fed beef. Delectable options include the broccoli with candied peanut, duck liver pâté with griddled bread and black cod with quinoa. Kudos to the knowledgable wait staff providing thoroughly attentive service.

The natural decor screams outdoors with camping gear turned wall decoration, mountain themed mural and wooden tables. A large outdoor teepee keeps kids entertained. Campfire is a welcome addition to the Carlsbad dining scene.

Campfire Carlsbad Sign

Campfire Carlsbad Sign


Duck Liver Pâté at Campfire Carlsbad

Duck Liver Pâté at Campfire Carlsbad

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About Jolee Pink

I am a California-based writer, designer, artist, super foodie and avid traveler. I view travel as a superlative learning experience and have visited nearly 50 countries. As the author of Living Coastal: Inspirations for Entertaining, Decorating and Cooking California Style, I brought together artists and chefs to capture the spirit of San Diego influenced by the Pacific Ocean. The Wabisabi Green lifestyle blog focuses on art, design, food and travel. My colorful ceramic sculpture has received national recognition and is on permanent display at Rady Children’s Hospital. I also design and market a boutique eco-friendly textile line featuring bold modern motifs based on nature, world travels and the southern California coastal lifestyle.
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