“A storied past retold”
Located in the former Stokes Adobe in Monterey, Restaurant 1833 resides in a national heritage site that is rich with historical elements from Monterey's historical background. Named after the year the building was established, 1833, the building once housed a former apothecary, was home to California's first newspaper press, was formerly the famous "Galatian's" restaurant, and formerly contained the first kiln in California. The two-story restaurant is a design-forward space with regal, turn-of-the-century elements that play homage to the buildings rich history in each of the six interior spaces. The restaurant's outdoor space provides an intimate setting for outdoor dining, and a patio area with four fire pits which provide the perfect space for gusts to sit back and relax while enjoying various small bites and custom cocktails made by 1833's own Bar Smith. The adobe structure of 1833, built by Mexicans residents in the 1830s, is said to be haunted. Said to happen in the early morning hours, footsteps walk through the upstairs when no one is there, and a child’s cries ring out from the same area. Also, employees say that the one who locks up at night will turn off the lights before leaving, but when the person gets to the parking lot, all the lights will come on by themselves.
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