La Vista 101.

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Two months after opening, La Vista 101 is parting ways with Executive Chef J.D. Woodward and General Manager Jeb Stuart, according to a statement Wednesday from the restaurant.

“I appreciate Jeb and J.D.’s work and significant contributions, which helped shape La Vista 101 since its inception," said La Vista 101 owner Greg Gordon in the statement. "I will continue moving forward with our vision of serving fantastic food, serious cocktails and big wines in a cool environment.”

Woodward will remain on board "for a little while longer," according to the statement, and Gordon will keep the current menu intact for now.

La Vista 101 opened in late May in the Timbergrove/Lazybrook area, serving modern Italian cuisine during dinner service. It added a dialed-back and friendly lunch menu late in June, which we wrote about a few weeks ago.

We reached out to Woodward for comment; we'll update if we receive more information.

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