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Canadian Tea Retailer DAVIDsTEA Opens in Downtown Palo Alto

Canadian Tea Retailer DAVIDsTEA Opens in Downtown Palo Alto

DAVIDsTEA is pretty much the Ben & Jerry’s of tea. The company offers 150 blends for sale, many of them playfully named to reflect unconventional—and sometimes odd—ingredients.

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Interview: First to Market Executive Chef Domingo Wolbert on His Adventurous Californian Cuisine

Interview: First to Market Executive Chef Domingo Wolbert on His Adventurous Californian Cuisine

When it came to culinary school, First to Market executive chef Domingo Wolbert never got the memo. Instead, the Santa Rosa native says, he absorbed as much as he could during time spent working at Whole Foods and practiced his cooking skills at home, making meals for his family

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Review: Spread Deli & Bottles Pairs Impressive Beer Selection with Impressive Sandwiches

Review: Spread Deli & Bottles Pairs Impressive Beer Selection with Impressive Sandwiches

One part craft beer bottle shop and one part deli makes for a successful recipe at Spread in downtown Campbell. The deli’s proprietor, Jordan Trigg, owns a fair share of responsibility for helping build up the South Bay craft beer scene with both Jack’s Bar and Lounge in Japantown and Liquid Bread, a neighbor to Spread in downtown Campbell.

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Veggielution to Host Annual Urban Farm Fundraiser

Veggielution to Host Annual Urban Farm Fundraiser

Veggielution improves upon the farm-to-table meal with a dinner that brings the table to the farm. The urban farm holds its annual fundraising dinner, Bounty of Heart’s Delight, on August 23 right where all the magic happens.

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The Shrub Emerges as Buzzworthy Colonial Era Beverage

The Shrub Emerges as Buzzworthy Colonial Era Beverage

The beverage world is a notoriously trendy one (see energy drinks, bubble tea, kombucha), but who saw a powdered-wig-era drink storming the scene? And one made with a healthy dose of vinegar, no less.

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Kobe Curry Packs Lots of Hearty Spice into Tiny Location

Kobe Curry Packs Lots of Hearty Spice into Tiny Location

A well-traveled dish, curry has enjoyed a history of global exposure. Kobe Curry in Mountain View serves a short menu of curries and handful of Japanese small plates. The restaurant, which currently serves a weekly special, also advertises that guests can expect new menu items.

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Review: Palo Alto’s Terun Provides Unabashed Pizza Delight

Review: Palo Alto’s Terun Provides Unabashed Pizza Delight

Since its 2012 launch, Terún has become a popular spot in Palo Alto. The taste, experience and atmosphere is unabashedly Italian: A bar serving Italian wines and cocktails greets diners in the small entranceway. Dining tables sit closely together like a game of restaurant Tetris.

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Review: Tin Pot Creamery Pulls Off Some Creative Flavors

Review: Tin Pot Creamery Pulls Off Some Creative Flavors

Tin Pot serves attention-getting ingredient combinations along with familiar favorites. A scoop of comforting chocolate or mint chip can share cone space with palate-tweaking extravagances like crème fraîche, lavender with blueberry swirl or earl grey tea. Homemade toppings, like toasted graham crackers and shortbread cookies, as well as a delectable salted caramel sauce, can be added to any order.

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Original Gravity Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Weekend

Original Gravity Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Weekend

Downtown craft beer bar Original Gravity Public House has reached its two-year anniversary, and to commemorate the milestone a celebration of good beer will take place on July 19 starting at noon.

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Review: Louisiana Bistro Brings More Cajun Cuisine to San Jose

Review: Louisiana Bistro Brings More Cajun Cuisine to San Jose

New Orleans is equally famed for its Mardi Gras blowouts and its food, which is rarely a simple affair. Louisiana Bistro brings a welcome sense of home-cooking to this elaborate, rich cuisine.

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