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Ocean exploration and fun at the beach is such a good way to relax. Check out these places if you want a snack.
Aptos St. BBQ – an INCREDIBLE beer selection. The best BBQ you’ve ever had in your life. And live blues 7 days/week from 6-8pm. Location 8059 APTOS STREET, APTOS CA 95003 (831) 662-1721
Pono Grill – for drinks and poki bowls (and often music). Might be a bit more lively depending on the time of day. It’s a traditional Hawaiian eatery bringing you the freshest, most creative and most ‘ono … the only SC Poke Bar, serving over 15 different types of poke all made to order! Location 120 Union Street, Santa Cruz, California 831-426-PONO
Lulu’s at the Octagon – (at the corner of Cooper and Front in downtown SC), great coffee, art displayed, quirky historic building. location: 118 Cooper St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (831) 429-5858
Lulu Carpenter’s at the northern end of Pacific Ave. – 1545 Pacific Ave Santa Cruz 95060 (831) 429-9804 Coffee, chai, exotic coffee like Lavender Latte Also check out the Abbey or Verve for coffee.Pacific Garden Mall and many other coffee shops to choose from.
Hoffman’s – Hoffman’s wants you to check out the FULL BAR! Brunch, Booze and JAZZ!!! Delicious Bloody Marys, Mojitos, and a specialty cocktail list that will knock your socks off!
Its fun and interesting. You’ll see art being created, meet artists, meet the people than become “live canvases”
Pancakes and Wine and Art
Saturday, June 28, 2014 8:00 PM
It’s the popular art show from LA with it’s own, only in SF, version. Come join us for over 100 emerging artists, live body painting, live music, a no-host bar, and most importantly, an all-you-can-eat pancake bar. $5 gets you into the door. You can’t even get pancakes at IHOP for that!
Try a fun mingle at the Press Club. They have an upscale wine bar, a large selection of wines, with a rotating group of wineries on hand to let you sample different wines and try new things. It’s also a great starting point for conversation, and, if you need some food, Press Club has a menu of small plates to satisfy the need for munchies. This is a beautiful place to consider for large events (9000 sq ft.)
There are many events, discussions, wine tasting, gathering to watch various sporting events and more. Each Month an artisan vintner is highlighted and featured.
Non-profits can host a “Drink for Dollars” event – all you need is a cause and a group of friends!
The Annual Harvest Event is Sunday, September 14 2014, 3:00pm – 5:00pm -celebrate the beginning of harvest with a tasting event featuring some of our favorite wines.
Location: located two blocks from both Union Square and the Moscone Convention Center, next to the Four Seasons Hotel.
20 Yerba Buena Lane San Francisco, CA 94103 415-744-5000
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Natural Products Expo West (located in Anaheim, CA) continues to be the leading trade show in the natural, organic and healthy products industry. Rated as one of the top 200 trade shows in the US by Tradeshow Week, Natural Products Expo West continues to help attendees reach their business goals.
September 17th bottling Rose Wine … here is more info: it is a 2010 Rosé (Dry) – Santa Ynez (60% Merlot, 40% Syrah)
Fermented in stainless then placed in neutral oak barrels, this Rosé has a nice structure with hints of strawberry and watermelon. ABV 14%. Quite delicious and sure to be a sellout! Coming out of the abyss from which it was thrown, rosé has re-created itself. Made in a drier style, without residual sugar on the finish. They pair easier with foods, just one of the long list of credentials on rosé’s resume.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Reception 6:30 p.m. | Program 7:00 p.m. The Landmark, Autodesk Gallery, One Market, San Francisco
Join food and wine experts for a lively discussion on the promise and limits of localism, sustainability, and growing a drier California wine grape.
The panel is made up of these notables:
Moderator Bonnie Azab Powell of Ethicurean.com, and includes San Francisco Chronicle Wine Editor Jon Bonné; Domaine Chandon’s Sparkling Winemaker Tom Tiburzi; environmental and agricultural reporter Glen Martin; and Vice President of Bon Appétit Management Company, Maisie Greenawalt.