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Two Brothers Launch Urban Gardening Startup Plontz

Two Brothers Launch Urban Gardening Startup Plontz

During theback-to-the-earth movement of the ’70s, there was a push to assign doctors to rural areas. Jonathan and Tim Lyons’ father took up a job in Appalachia, where the family lived among coal miners and farmers. Like the locals, they worked their own garden, planting…

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Kitchit Tonight Connects Customers with Chefs for In-Home Fine Dining

Kitchit Tonight Connects Customers with Chefs for In-Home Fine Dining

Think of it as the Uber X of fine dining. Log on to the website, plug in your address, the time of the meal, number of guests and choose from a list of menus. For $39 a head and up ($9 for children), Kitchit Tonight…

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ManresaBread Makes its Debut in Los Gatos

ManresaBread Makes its Debut in Los Gatos

When a two-alarm blaze engulfed and gutted two-Michelin-starred Manresa restaurant last summer, head baker Avery Ruzicka had to scrounge for a place to bake. Chef-proprietor David Kinch’s phenomenally influential Los Gatos eatery was in the process of building out its first brick-and-mortar spin-off to sell…

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Tapsilog Bistro Focuses on Familiar Favorites—In Large Portions

Tapsilog Bistro Focuses on Familiar Favorites—In Large Portions

At Tapsilog Bistro in Campbell, all the comfort food criteria are met and in large portions at that. The restaurant is named after tapsilog, a dish with cured meat, fried rice and an egg, but they offer all types of silog dishes. In short, a…

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Pho Kim Long Delivers Great Vietnamese Soups in a Hurry

Pho Kim Long Delivers Great Vietnamese Soups in a Hurry

The Vietnamese food scene in San Jose is a competitive environment, especially in the noodle soup category. One of the longtime established top contenders is Pho Kim Long on North Capitol Avenue near the Great Mall. The line is long on weekend mornings but luckily…

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Pastis Bistro Finds the Perfect Balance for Brunch

Pastis Bistro Finds the Perfect Balance for Brunch

Brunch often feels like the most simple of meals. It usually consists of a combination of eggs, potatoes, a fatty protein and a fruit cup. These ingredients typically take shape as scrambled or poached eggs, with hashed or skillet potatoes, and meat comes in the…

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Bushido Izakaya Hits all the Marks with Delicious Small Dishes

Bushido Izakaya Hits all the Marks with Delicious Small Dishes

Izakaya, a popular style of restaurant in Japanese culture that serves a menu of small plates meant to be enjoyed with friends over drinks, has grown quickly in popularity in the West. Bushido Izakaya is just one example why. With a casual setting in downtown…

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San Jose Beerwalk Returns to Japantown

San Jose Beerwalk Returns to Japantown

Instead ofventuring into the fog for SF Beer Week, craft brew aficionados can stay local and sample some of a dozen-plus beers in (relatively) warm, windless San Jose. The third annual San Jose Beerwalk takes place from 2 to 5pm Saturday in Japantown. The event…

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Lure + Till Provides an Industrial Chic Dining Atmosphere

Lure + Till Provides an Industrial Chic Dining Atmosphere

Lure + Till has the swankiness and cool one would expect in a neighborhood where bumper-to-bumper Teslas park and venture capitalists power lunch. An industrial chic dining atmosphere in step with its home at the luxuriously modern Hotel Epiphany, Lure + Till makes presentation a…

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SoFa Market Announces New Vendors, Construction Closures

SoFa Market Announces New Vendors, Construction Closures

After a short-lived season of business, the SoFa Market will temporarily close with the exception of one vendor during renovations that will bring several new offerings to the market. In a Facebook announcement, SoFa Market posted a rather detailed status announcing that the difficult journey…

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