With Mother’s Day just around the corner on May 9, it’s time to get some reservations on the books. From bubbly-paired brunches (and a tempting Rainbow Mimosa Bucket!) to Mom-approved spa treatments and resort specials, here are 25-plus ways to ring in Mother’s Day throughout California.
With a vibrant design and a welcoming atmosphere, pet-friendly Boozehounds is set to open in Palm Springs this month. The dining, cafe and bar concept will dish up a unique food and beverage menu, including options for pups.
Spotlighting themed drinks and dishes that infuse the four core elements, Rancho Bernardo Inn’s signature restaurant, AVANT, has debuted a new Elemental Dinner Series. The dining series is slated on Wednesdays, though May, with the possibility of being extended, at the San Diego resort restaurant.
How do bottomless mimosas, build-your-own pancakes and waffle boards (complete with sprinkles and whipped cream) sound for an Easter spread? Here are 15-plus ways to celebrate Easter Sunday (April 4) in the most scrumptious way possible–with egg hunts and appearances by the Easter Bunny, too.
CaliForno Street Eats has made its debut for the spring season at Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, offering open-air dining and live entertainment located in the heart of Northern California’s wine country.
Located in Paso Robles’ Tin City, Desparada Wines specializes in inspired, elegant, new-world wines that stray from tradition.
Take the kiddos on a leprechaun haunt, learn themed cookie-decorating techniques and sip and savor at a holiday brunch this St. Patrick’s Day in California.
101 North Eatery & Bar, located in Westlake Village in L.A. County, has reopened for outdoor dining and dishing up a delish Super Bowl special for curbside pickup or delivery.
Even prior to the pandemic, there has been a surge in direct farm-to-consumer sales in the United States. And it turns out that three California cities mark the best for locavores, meaning those who prefer foods from nearby gardens, farmers markets and farm-to-table restaurants.
Dozens of California’s top restaurants are serving one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving dinner experiences that will allow you to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with the people you love. Here are some of the state’s best dining spots for the upcoming holiday.