Jeff Inglin, a fourth-generation Petaluman and Casa Grande High School alumni, who played professional baseball for 10 years in many organizations such as the Chicago White Sox, moved back to Petaluma six years ago.  He has, in the six years upon returning to Petaluma, taken Petaluma by storm buying into several local Petaluma icons.

He and his wife are founding partners of Seared Steak and Seafood. They are also partners at Athletic Edge Batting Cages and own a landscape company, Inglin Landscaping, which specializes in baseball field maintenance. Jeff comes from a line of restaurateurs, and his grandparents owned diners on the Boulevard for many years. His wife Staci is a local manicurist and co-manager of Beyond the Glory.


Jeff and Staci Inglin

In October of this year, Jeff and Staci Inglin, along with fellow business partners David and Lucie Brown, purchased the liquor license and name for a longstanding community-gathering place, Beyond the Glory Sports Bar and Grill (BTG).  BTG is located on the East Side in the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center across the street from Lagunitas on North McDowell Boulevard.

When asked, “Why BTG?” Jeff and Staci said, “It fits us, the name, and what we are about. Fostering a place for the community to gather to celebrate sporting events, while eating quality food among friends.”

BTG is a high-energy place to work and eat. It is a place for the community to gather to celebrate sporting events, family milestones, all while eating quality food among friends.

David Brown

David Brown is also a Petaluman, Casa Grande High School alumni, collegiate baseball player and retired Oakland police officer. Now a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker, David was happy to join Jeff in his newest venture.