There is a new kid on the block in the Rutherford region of Napa, and she is a stunner. In 2020, ONEHOPE Wine opened its first full-scale tasting room in the heart of Napa.
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Food and drinks in California including best restaurants.
With it being National Bagel Month and all, now we have even more of an excuse to indulge in some of the West Coast’s tastiest bagel bites—in fact, can we just make it one of our New Years’ resolutions, while we’re at it? Here are some of the best bagel spots to try in LA.
Booker Vineyard is a game-changer for Paso Robles. While the region has long noted it isn’t going for the larger-than-life opulence of Napa, a little WOW factor never hurt anyone.
The start of a new year often has people rethinking the way they do things on a day-to-day basis. Stemple Creek Ranch, located in Marin County in Northern California, offers a solution for how one feeds their household, as the family-owned brand is leading the way in regenerative agriculture and offering delicious meats directly to your front door.
Seeking a decadent at-home breakfast spread for New Year’s Day? Chef Brad Kent (of Highland Park’s soon-to-open Bagel+Slice) shares his Boozy Breakfast Sandwich, Bloody Mary Hot Sauce and Bloody Mary Michelada recipes to whip up this weekend.
There’s hidden gems, and then there’s actual hidden restaurant spots that are known (and accessible) to only a select few. California is pretty abundant in both—but it’s the state’s underground dining destinations that have managed to captivate both locals and tourists alike. Here are some of the best hidden dining experiences in California—so unique and captivating, you’ll feel quite literally, as if you’re in a movie.
If you’re looking for an elegant, interactive culinary experience, you must take a seat at Bello Chef’s Table. Located inside Bello by Sandro Nardone in Newport Beach, guests are treated to a 12-course meal (plus wine pairings, if you wish) comprising snacks, entrees and desserts made right in front of your eyes.
Gundlach Bundschu Winery: It might be a hard name to say (those in the know call it “Gun Bun” for short), but it is an estate vineyard with a story easy to love.
Whether you’re craving a casual holiday feast (like a pancake breakfast while wearing your cozy jammies!) or an all-out, decadent spread with tenderloin and tipples, reserve your spot at these California restaurants this holiday season.
Sabered bottles, savory bites and sparkling bubbles are atop our personal favorite things list. Especially those offered at Domaine Carneros in Napa County.