Laili brings “Silk Road” flavors to Santa Cruz.
Posts Tagged: reviews
Beer and small bites, wine and fresh fruit— Santa Cruz’s summer best.
Branching out with chorizo breakfast burritos and brown sugar duck.
A guide to the diverse happy hours of Santa Cruz bars.
Wine tastings, feasts and a correction on Santa Cruz’s newest gastropub.
If Gregory Magnusson is any indicator, you don’t need to travel to Germany—or even drink—to work at a German restaurant.
A company with the glamorously nerdish name of Alpha Dominche has devised a sleek bit of computer-industrial eye candy that makes four cups of micro-tuned coffee in under a minute.
Lively and—given the weather—getting livelier each week. Not only does the Buttery make some of the best coffee in town, it also puts my taste buds in touch with the amazing and always addictive Zucchini Muffin.
Choice selections, from seasonal eating to spirits.
Even on a chilly winter morning, the sunny balcony of Mr. Toots—overlooking the Capitola Beach and estuary—invites coffee lovers to linger, soak up some sun (assuming it isn’t raining, of course) and nurse that double latté for a while. Amazingly, when Lisa and I met for our monthly literary reconnoiter last week at the upstairs coffeehouse, Mr. Toots seemed exactly as I had left it. Church pews, couches, cafe tables and plenty of free wi-fi make Mr. Toots a pleasant place to park that laptop and surf the web.