Food and Drink
Restaurants, farmers markets, and attractions
Avila Valley Barn
The entire family will enjoy an outing to the Avila Valley Barn, where fruit can be picked, animals are waiting to be fed, and people enjoy the balmy weather and fresh produce of the Central Coast of California.
Jonesing for chocolate? California is a great place to indulge.
Downtown San Diego Beerpubs
The epicenter of the West Coast beer making phenomenon is the city of San Diego, and, for connoisseurs of craft brewing, a visit here takes on the mantle of a pilgrimage.
Food with a History at E Waldo Ward
Gourmet jams, jellies, and other condiments provide a link to the past at a tiny local business in the tiny town of Sierra Madre, California.
Laetitia Vineyards and Winery
Truth to tell, only French sparkling wines are called “champagne.” Those from Laetitia Winery California don’t have a specific name – except delicious! Next time you’re in the area, taste some great wine that’s made using environmentally friendly and "human rights-aware" practices.
Magnolia House Restaurant Review
In Pasadena and looking for a craft cocktail? Perhaps some upscale bar bites? Magnolia House is one wonderful place.
Scarlett Begonia Restaurant Review
Scarlett Begonia in downtown Santa Barbara offers tasty, trendy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. It's worth the drive from the 101 freeway and the time taken for a leisurely meal.
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