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March 10, 2020 – There’s a thrilling calm to surfing. Amidst the rough and tumble of the waves, there’s a sweet spot—the pocket—that makes for a smooth and thrilling ride. Here, all other troubles slip away as you go with the flow.  “For surfers, being ‘in the pocket,’ it’s riding the barrel …
March 10, 2020 – Cue lots of ambition and heart. The new owners of the venerable Davenport Roadhouse have both in spades. And they also have a sense of what it takes to succeed in the often volatile hospitality landscape. Vanessa Kerr Chamberlain and her husband, Chris Danger Chamberlain, have eyes wide …
March 10, 2020 – The menu on the wall at Turtle Bay Boiling Krab is about as succinct as it gets, with a grand total of 15 words: raw oysters, Dungeness crab, snow crab legs, king crab legs, lobster, shrimp, crawfish, clams and mussels.  Besides the oysters ($14/six, $$25/dozen), each item is …
March 3, 2020 – Keiki and Jason McKay are doubling down on the answer to the question, beer or wine? The answer is: Yes! Now, they will have more of both to offer, at both of their restaurant locations. With their acquisition of Seabright Brewery, the Cantine Winepub (Aptos) owners have two …
February 29, 2020 – Daryl Choates took a look around his brand new bar-club-restaurant, rested his elbows on the shiny bar, and smiled. A lot of local history led him here and he seems grateful it did. That represents a contrast to the flurry of projects from a range of aspiring young …
February 25, 2020 – It’s been a busy few months for Ryan and Rachel Beauregard: first, they bought a vineyard and now they’re about to open a new tasting room on the coast. With the closure of the Bonny Doon Tasting Room in Davenport last December, the Beauregards began to think seriously …
February 20, 2020 – There are as many ways to enjoy Pebble Beach Food & Wine as there are chefs who give the festival much of its appeal and overall oomph. For the record, that’s 120 all told in 2020, and 1,575 all-time. PBFW culinary event manager Dorothy Maras works closely with …
February 18, 2020 – Back in the old days, before we started killing each other with poisons that also destroy foliage and insects, agriculture was a sacred dance with Mother Nature. Humans grudgingly acknowledged that she was for all intents and purposes, leading. For hundreds of years, our ancestors fed themselves and …
February 18, 2020 – Jesus Montejano has figured out at least one way to get everything he and his friends want from a restaurant, all in one place—things like good tacos on handmade tortillas, American comfort food in sharable formats, craft beer, CBD-infused foods, diverse tequilas and vegetarian-vegan options. His way to …
February 11, 2020 – Chef Tony Baker has elevated Central Californian cuisine any number of ways, including spotlighting sustainable sourcing, serving as a spokesman for local produce, pioneering clever small plates and heading up Monterey’s most popular restaurant for two decades.  The thing with Baker, though, was that while a restaurant like …

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