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TASTE News Service, December 7, 2017 - Fans of delicious food who are also concerned about social and environmental responsibility now have help when selecting a place to dine in Sonoma County — the new Snail of Approval honors.
 By Michael Eady Marc Dym (pronounced “dim”) is the chef at the Little River Inn. Last week we told readers about the Little River Inn itself.
TASTE News Service, October 11, 2017 - With October 16 being World Food Day and restaurant prices rising, the personal-finance website WalletHub has just released its report on 2017’s Best Foodie Cities in America.
Compline co-owners Ryan Stetins and Matt Stamp TASTE News Service, September 13, 2017 -- Compline, a combination of wine bar, restaurant and retail wine shop, has opened in downtown in the city of Napa.
Napa Valley, August 30, 2017 - Brian Streeter has been a chef at Napa Valley's Cakebread Cellars for almost 30 years and is now the winery's culinary director.
By Tyler Cohn If you are planning on running or walking the 7.45 miles that make up the Bay to Breakers route, you will need to do two things.
TASTE News Service, May 3, 2017 – Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week, is set to return June 2-11, 2017.
A Day in the Life of Maurice Amzallag is ultimately a story about a state of mind of being an octogenarian who is 84 years young and actively bartending.
by Dan Clarke New York City’s Eleven Madison Park is the best restaurant in the world. It was deemed such by an organization named World’s 50 Best Restaurants last Wednesday in Melbourne, Australia.
By Dan Rosenbaum San Francisco’s restaurant scene is always hot, and 2017 is no exception.
TASTE News Service, November 4, 2016 – Visitors can discover one of the nation's top producing agricultural centers by following the local flavors of Greater Palm Springs.
by Dan Rosenbaum   The San Francisco Bay Area is no stranger to earning Michelin stars for its ingredient-driven and cutting-edge restaurants and now can boast something that New York has: six restaurants with three Michelin stars. This year featured several new winners in the pantheon.
TASTE News Service, October 17, 2016 - After a successful 2016 edition in New York City, The World's 50 Best Restaurants has announced that its 2017 awards will take place in Melbourne in April. The flagship event, celebrating its 15th anniversary, will be hosted at the city's historic Royal Exhibition Building on the evening of 5th April.
By Dan Rosenbaum Mr Holmes Bakehouse cruffin   San Francisco neighborhoods are just like people. They evolve, grow bigger, grow tired or are born one day and become the center of attention. A four-block area above Little Saigon, west of Union Square and south of Nob Hill, with its flourishing dining scene of freshly mashed avocado toast, banh mi sandwiches packed to the brim with different kinds of meat, croissants falling in love with muffins making the aptly named cruffin and cocktail bars serving made-to-order waffles, is just that, the center of attention.
85C Bakery in Irvine serves coffee at that temperature TASTE News Service, September 21, 2016 - With nearly 40% of its population being Asian, Irvine offers foodies true global cuisine, with a wide selection of delicacies from China, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam and other distant shores.
Patio has a tropical feel at Palm HouseBy Dan Rosenbaum San Francisco is a late bloomer. When the rest of the country starts to cool down and the leaves start to change colors, the city starts to heat up. With the weather getting hotter, you better spend your time outside on these patios with a beer in hand or food in your stomach.
Selecting crabs for Scoma's on Pier 47 By Dan Rosenbaum Seafood. The word is vague, yet a catchall for everything that comes from the sea/ocean. However, the word conjures up images of succulent steamed shrimp and crab; buttery, red lobster, or savory pearls of oysters.  
Chef Michael Rotondo of Parallel 37 TASTE News Service, August 16, 2016 - You're headed to San Francisco for its iconic views and signature swagger. The rumors suggest there's nothing like an epic helicopter tour over the bay followed by drinks in Central Market . . . and the rumors are true.
 Forbes Island at Pier 39By Marcia Gagliardi For those looking for something a little different in San Francisco, here are five unique places to eat at that offer plenty of atmosphere, from the funky to the fantastic.
TASTE News Service, July 6, 2016 – Residents of California’s Capital have embraced the idea of eating dinner by the river. Actually, not just by the river, but right over the top of it. The Tower Bridge might seem an unlikely setting for something billed as a Gala Dinner, but the event is becoming a sold-out tradition.
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