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April 14. 2020 – Two groups in Santa Cruz are organizing meal deliveries for healthcare workers and others on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. “It benefits the Mom & Pop restaurants and gives them a little boost while at the same time honoring our frontline heroes,” says Deborah Elston, one …
April 14, 2020 – Let’s get a disclaimer out of the way: The point of this story is not to make anyone more anxious or stir-crazy or jumpy about getting out in the world and giving his or her favorite restaurant or market—old or new—a big sloppy kiss. The point is this: …
April 14, 2020 – The 27th annual Monterey Wine Competition will forever stick in my memory, for many reasons, not the least of which is that it was the last wine competition in CA to sneak in before California’s lockdown order. It was also the first one I’ve judged where we tasted wine-based …
April 7, 2020 – Practicing what they teach, the kitchen staff at 1440 Multiversity are preparing hundreds of meals a day for homeless persons during the COVID-19 crisis in a new agreement with Santa Cruz County. The luxury conference and retreat center in Scotts Valley closed March 19, when statewide Shelter in …
April 7, 2020 – This is a story driven by dozens of fascinating elements—sustainable seafood and world-class chefs, climate change and imperiled species, bacon-flavored seaweed and pioneering marine science, purple hinge rock scallops and monkey-faced pricklebacks. But more than anything it’s a story about hope for ocean health and existential hope in …
April 6, 2020 –  In some ways it just makes poetic sense that Babaloo Cuban Café would open in the middle of a global pandemic. After years scrapping it out driving long commutes to make its food truck operation work, finding rebirth as a brick-and-mortar, and finally making a home in the most …
April 6, 2020 – For millions of people around the world, the last few weeks have been a roller coaster ride—despite the fact they haven’t left their couches. For Monterey Bay residents, and really anyone who wants to tap into Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Instagram feed, there are more rollercoaster-rides-from-home to be …
March 31, 2020 – Poppy Hall’s weekly email menu is craveable enough to trigger a saliva spill. This week’s multicolored installment peddles treats like baked rock cod with roasted cauliflower and braised short rib with grainy mustard whipped potatoes and glazed parsnips. The details are clean and concise: Orders happen online at …
As we all shelter in place, restaurants throughout the Monterey Bay area have switched over to take out and delivery meals. Patronizing these restaurants will help sustain them and their chefs through the Coronavirus crisis and keep $$ in the local economy. Join us and #supportlocal Edible Monterey Bay advertising partners are …
March 24, 2020 – While there may be shortages of toilet paper and hand sanitizer, there is no shortage of grim COVID-19 consequences to be encountered internationally, regionally and locally. The economic impact report published by The Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCCVB), in collaboration with Monterey County Hospitality Association, Monterey …

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