“The story of this town is the story of a jailbreak,” says Brion Sprinsock, the owner of Santa Cruz Food Tours, which just celebrated its 200th event. Sprinsock is sitting in the breakfast nook of the Hinds Victorian Guest House, which he owns, pointing out the window to the railroad tracks that run along Chestnut…
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UPDATE: Some restaurants have extended their SCRW fixed-price menus. Visit the SCRW website for a complete listing of the participating restaurants, dates and menus. Santa Cruz Restaurant Week is back for one delicious week October 22-29. The event that offers a fixed-price, three course meal for $25 or $35 (excluding tax, tip or gratuity) at…
From the kitchen to your door—831 Sandwiches is the newest in gustatory convenience.
After a few weeks of candy canes and holiday cookies your tastebuds might be looking for something with more spice, less sugar.
Anyone is welcome to eat at YOLO, even cats.
What to watch for on the local culinary scene in 2014.
Lou Caviglia has successfully reinvented his downtown spot Clouds as Louie’s Cajun Kitchen.
Owners Abe and Zohre Novin on timing, perfectionism and pizza.
One county, seven days, thirty-two restaurants—and all with three-course meals for $25; let the feasting begin.
Thomas Vinolus and his wife Elizabeth first opened the Bittersweet Bistro 21 years ago, and it’s now 10 times the size of the original spot.