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Three Degrees Restaurant Presents Firestone Walker Beer Dinner

Three Degrees Restaurant Presents Firestone Walker Beer Dinner

Three Degrees Restaurant in Los Gatos, located at the Toll House Hotel, is the latest Silicon Valley restaurant scheduled to host its first-ever beer dinner with offerings from Paso Robles’ Firestone Walker Brewing Company. This beer-and-food pairing event on Oct. 3 continues the popular trend…

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Review: Bierhaus Brings a Cornucopia of Brats and Brews

Review: Bierhaus Brings a Cornucopia of Brats and Brews

At Bierhaus in downtown Mountain View, guests enjoy can enjoy steins of German and European beers, poured year-round and served alongside a menu of hearty sausage plates, burgers and sandwiches.

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First SoFA Market Vendor Falafel Bar Open for Business

First SoFA Market Vendor Falafel Bar Open for Business

A new market opening in San Jose’s SoFA district takes inspiration from the San Pedro Square Market’s successful model of offering an array of eateries serving a diverse selection of cuisine. The SoFA market’s first tenant, Falafel Bar, opened late last month.

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Review: Oak & Rye Pizza Offers Off-Center Charm

Review: Oak & Rye Pizza Offers Off-Center Charm

Oak & Rye sets itself apart as colorfully different. This relative newcomer to Los Gatos’s N. Santa Cruz Avenue serves a menu of wood-fired pizzas, tasty small plates and an inviting selection of cocktails, wine and draft beer.

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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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