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Tortilla Flats (Soquel) - Restaurant Review

Tortilla Flats (Soquel) - Restaurant Review

In Mexico, one of the big holidays is the Day of the Dead, or in Spanish, Dia de Muertos. It’s a three-day holiday during which people remember and pray for the deceased, and it’s celebrated with elaborate, amazing and more than a little creepy decorations and displays. Wikipedia has this to say: Traditions connected with(…)

Published On: Monday, October 27th, 2014
Café Gratitude, Santa Cruz - Restaurant Review

Café Gratitude, Santa Cruz - Restaurant Review

I have always been kind of uncomfortable with the while concept of obligatory gratitude. All the treacly demands that I practice daily gratitude, that it’s some kind of moral obligation, always seems insincere to me, and more than a little manipulative. You know, gratitude, great. And floss your teeth. And vote. And make sure to(…)

Published On: Saturday, October 18th, 2014
Restaurants in Sacramento, California

Restaurants in Sacramento, California

‘California begins here’. Sacramento, the capital of California has revamped its efforts on a huge scale to match up with more popular destinations in California like Los Angeles and San Francisco. For food lovers a big incentive is the ‘farm to fork’ initiative. Sacramento is the largest producing state of agriculture in USA. In September(…)

Published On: Monday, September 29th, 2014
Restaurants in Fresno, California

Restaurants in Fresno, California

The largest and most important city in the fertile Central San Joaquin Valley, Fresno comprises people from 80 different nationalities, who have set up home here. Fresno has an eventful history which has led to settlers from Scandinavia, China, Germans, Russians, Japanese, Armenians and a large Hispanic population. A melting pot of cultures, Fresno exudes(…)

Published On: Friday, September 26th, 2014
Restaurants in  San Francisco, California

Restaurants in San Francisco, California

The foggy city of San Francisco is the perfect excuse to explore the restaurants and bars that line the streets of the city. Almost all the cities in California have come up with fine dining restaurants that mix and match cuisines to appeal to its hetero-cultural consumers. But San Francisco takes the game a notch(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Restaurants in San Jose, California

Restaurants in San Jose, California

The largest city within Silicon Valley and the tenth largest in USA, San Jose marries Spanish historical structures with modern high rise buildings. A regular travel spot for business travelers traveling to Silicon Valley, San Jose boasts some world class hotels and restaurants. Restaurateurs saw an opportunity in the eclectic mix of people who arrive(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Restaurants in San Diego, California

Restaurants in San Diego, California

With the Annual San Diego Food Festival taking place in September every year, we have compiled a list of restaurants where you can get into the spirit of the festival and enjoy the scrumptious multicultural cuisine in the seaside town. The 10th Annual food festival is scheduled to take place during September this year from(…)

Published On: Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
20 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

20 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

While you hop about in this city in hopes of catching a glimpse of Jennifer Lopez or Johnny Depp, ignoring what the sun is doing to your flawless complexion, you definitely cannot ignore your growling stomach. As you move about Los Angeles trying to get entries to great theater shows and art museums on Museum(…)

Published On: Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Ideal Bar and Grill, Santa Cruz - Restaurant Review

Ideal Bar and Grill, Santa Cruz - Restaurant Review

Santa Cruz is a town with a split identity. Wow, that sounds like the beginning of a detective novel, doesn’t it? One personality is Beach. Sun, sand, surfing, families, Monterey Bay. Everyone likes Beach. The other is, for want of a better term, Junkie. Santa Cruz has a HUGE drug and homelessness problem. There are(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 18th, 2014