As Inside Scoop reported last February, after moving Potrero Hill’s Chez Maman into the nearby and recently vacated Chez Papa Bistrot space, owner Jocelyn Bulow had plans to convert the old Chez Maman space into new concept, Chez Maman Rotisserie.
Well, it looks like Bulow’s rotisserie — whose name has morphed into Dat Spot Rotisserie & Comfort Food — is finally close to opening its doors.
The opening has been delayed by one week, with the new opening date is set for Monday, September 28th.
On-board as chef is Brandon Peacock, who has spent time in a number of Bay Area kitchens, including Larkspur’s Left Bank Brasserie, Chapeau Bistro in San Francisco, and most recently at Lungomare in Oakland. Peacock was also a finalist on the short-lived restaurant reality show, America’s Next Great Restaurant.
In addition to rotisserie chicken, the American comfort food menu will feature hearty dishes like roasted bone marrow, spaghetti and meatballs and chile con carne.