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The Bacon Festival of America is Back

The Bacon Festival of America is Back

After a brief setback earlier this year, the San Jose Bacon Festival of America is set to return Oct 15-16. More than 20 food trucks carrying traditional and international cuisine will converge on Plaza de Cesar Chavez. If plain old bacon isn’t enough to get your mouth…

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The Sweet, Healthy Bounty of Lemonade

The Sweet, Healthy Bounty of Lemonade

Though the restaurants and cafes along Palo Alto’s University Avenue offer a variety of healthy choices, few can match Lemonade and its customizable, mix-and-match menu with options for carnivores, vegetarians and vegans alike. With a seasonal food and drink menu tailored to the tastebuds of…

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Old Favorite The Mini Gourmet Gets a Makeover

Old Favorite The Mini Gourmet Gets a Makeover

San Jose a handful of iconic restaurants that almost everyone has been to over the years. Peanuts, Original Joe’s, La Victoria, Burger Bar and Falafel Drive-In all come to mind, and The Mini Gourmet certainly belongs in that bastion. A mainstay across from Valley Med…

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Mountain Music Festival: Sounds of the Country in a Big City

Mountain Music Festival: Sounds of the Country in a Big City

It can be hard to get fresh fruits and vegetables living in our grab-and-go culture. The Prusch Farm Mountain Music Festival aims to change that by slowing things down. The Mountain Music Festival combines live music, good food and family fun by bringing “the country…

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RoboBusiness Conference Explores the Future of Flying Cars

RoboBusiness Conference Explores the Future of Flying Cars

The top minds and companies in the robotics industry will converge on downtown San Jose for the annual RoboBusiness Conference & Expo. The conference will feature speakers and product demonstrations from dozens of the most notable companies including Apple, Microsoft and Intel. RoboBusiness is known for…

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Celebrate Fall with Pumpkins in the Park

Celebrate Fall with Pumpkins in the Park

Kick off the beginning of fall—and hopefully the start of milder weather—at the most autumn of places: a pumpkin patch. Guadalupe River Park Conservancy once again hosts Pumpkins in the Park, which turns a normal trip to the pumpkin patch into an educational experience. Proceeds from…

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FERN Talks & Eats: The Future of Food, Tech in Silicon Valley

FERN Talks & Eats: The Future of Food, Tech in Silicon Valley

Always on the forefront of innovation, Domenico Winery will play host to a panel of professionals discussing the growing future of the agriculture tech industry. Similar to tech, the local ag industry is on the up and up, but not without growing pains. Increasing concern…

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Competitive Eating at Q-Pot Korean BBQ & Hot Pot

Competitive Eating at Q-Pot Korean BBQ & Hot Pot

Four pairs of chopsticks hungrily snatch and tear at sublimely cooked and seasoned meats that are peeling off of a scorching aluminum pan. Smoke, the smell of seared flesh and teeth eagerly gnawing away are all that remain of the skirmish. Without hesitation the next…

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Celebrate the Life Of Frida Kahlo

Celebrate the Life Of Frida Kahlo

Among all the great witticism’s about drinking, one of the best tequila-related quips belongs to Frida Kahlo, who is quoted as saying: “Doctór, si me dejas tomar este tequila, le promote que no tomo en mi funeral”— or, “Doctor, if you let me drink this…

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Montalvo Hosts World-Famous Chefs for ‘Experimental Gastronomy’ Dinner

Montalvo Hosts World-Famous Chefs for ‘Experimental Gastronomy’ Dinner

Ever dreamed of feasting on the awe inspiring food shown in Netflix’s documentary series, Chef’s Table? Imagine morsels of food, plated with architectural expertise against a well-lit backdrop as a waiter wipes sauce off the already pristine plate before service. Most of us can only wish…

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