Love is in the Air


With the holidays behind us and a long California winter ahead of us we look forward to a new year. With a new year comes change and resolutions. For our part we resolve to continue serving amazing fresh, local food in new and exciting ways with one of the best views in town. As a restaurant we are always changing with the seasons and now our newsletter will do the same. This newsletter begins the start of our new seasonal newsletters and offers. So, all though you will not see a newsletter in your inbox every month we will be sending you more frequent exclusive offers and happenings.


We’ve Got Something New On Wednesday Nights!

Burger Wednesday!

Every Wednesday night in February stop in and enjoy a new gourmet burger & cocktail!

School FUNdraiser Night!


Join Johnny’s to help raise funds to send an 8th grader to Washington DC. Wednesday January 28th we will be hosting local 8th grader Melodie Luv Apollo and many of her fellow classmates from San Lorenzo Valley Middle School for a night of food, fun and to give a little back to our local schools. Johnny’s will donate 15% of your check for the evening when you pick up a flyer on your way into dinner.


In Medieval times, girls ate unusual foods on St Valentine’s Day to make them dream of their future husband.

Our chef has been dreaming up unusually delicious food for you and your sweetheart to enjoy on Valentine’s Day. We will be offering a four course prix fixe menu for $55. Make your reservations early as we fill up quickly!

Featured Cocktail

cocktail-limeThe Moscow Mule had been invented circa 1941, although it is often said that owners of the Los Angeles British pub Cock ‘n’ Bull, created the drink, such might not actually be the case. According to a 2007 article in the Wall Street Journal penned by the reliable Eric Felton, the Cock ‘n’ Bull’s head bartender Wes Price also laid claim to the recipe. And we’re inclined to believe a bartender over a marketer…
Moscow Mule
1 part vodka
2 parts ginger beer
Lime wedge for garnish
Fill a glass with ice, crushed or cubed.
Fill the glass 1/3 full with vodka.
Top with ginger beer and squeeze in some lime.

The Staff of Johnny’s Harborside

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