Articles by Heather Zimmerman

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream from Smitten

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream from Smitten

The popular San Francisco-based ice cream company Smitten opened its newest spot inside the Los Altos Whole Foods market in late December. The new spot, like its sister location in SF’s Hayes Valley, dishes out ice cream that’s custom-frozen for each customer using a blast of liquid nitrogen.

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Preview: Nomikai Asian Fusion

Preview: Nomikai Asian Fusion

Garlic bread and pizzas wouldn’t usually be the first things that spring to mind as Asian fusion dishes, but on the menu at the new downtown San Jose eatery Nomikai they keep company with other dishes that fall a bit more obviously into the genre, like sweet chili chicken wings, octopus dumplings or kimchi fries.

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Preview: Curry Pundits

Preview: Curry Pundits

At Curry Pundits, diners create their meal starting with a choice of one of five bases: a currito (a curry burrito that swaps out the tortilla for roti bread), curry taco, curry rice bowl, salad or Bombay Frankie (a whole wheat flatbread).

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Michelin-starred Chef to Open New Restaurant at Pruneyard

Michelin-starred Chef to Open New Restaurant at Pruneyard

The Pruneyard Shopping Center in Campbell stands on land once occupied by prune and pear trees, and once again the spot will be home to an orchard—of a kind. Orchard City Kitchen, a new venture from Michelin-starred chef Jeffrey Stout, is expected to open in summer 2014 at the Pruneyard.

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Cocktail Wars Comes to San Jose

Cocktail Wars Comes to San Jose

Dishcrawl is starting a war that should be far from hell. Cocktail Wars comes to San Jose December 10, pitting South Bay mixologists against each other for a spot in a national cocktail competition.

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Teatro Visión’s ‘Macario’ Celebrates the Day of the Dead

Teatro Visión’s ‘Macario’ Celebrates the Day of the Dead

Extreme hunger leads a man to a drastic decision in the play Macario, making its world premiere at Teatro Visión.

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Yulan at the California Theatre

Yulan at the California Theatre

Director Dennis Nahat confronted many different kinds of choreography in creating the show Yulan. From fundraising to building its infrastructure from scratch to navigating visas, it has required some fancy footwork.

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Valley Fair Announces New Food Court

Valley Fair Announces New Food Court

Chowing down at the mall food court should take on a more refined angle this fall at Westfield Valley Fair, which today announced the roster of 18 restaurants that will occupy its new Dining Terrace. The new area is planned to open Nov. 1.

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Lunchtime@Trianon

The latest installment of the [email protected] series takes place Aug. 2 with a concert presented by the South Bay Guitar Society, featuring classical guitarist Steve Lin. Listeners are invited to bring their lunches to the concert.

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Love, Loss and What I Wore

Love, Loss and What I Wore

Fashion comes and goes, but for most people the relationship between clothing and identity endures all trends. A collection of stories about women’s clothes reveals a wealth of personal and social issues in Love, Loss and What I Wore, which opens July 19 at the San Jose Repertory Theatre. Karen Carpenter, who directed the original New York production, helms the Rep’s production.

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