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Editors note:  We plan to develop more coverage of vegan and vegetarian topics in the future. Meanwhile, the following report caught our eye.  Though it came from what seemed an unlikely source, the survey methodology seemed legitimate and anytime a “best of” list is published, it tends to generate some interesting discussion.
TASTE News Service, February 3, 2022 –  The National Restaurant Association has released its 2022 State of the Restaurant Industry report, which measures the restaurant industry's continued recovery and examines the status of current and emerging trends across key categories including technology and off-premises business, operations, workforce, food and menus, and more. 
TASTE News Service, October 22, 2021 – The San Francisco Bay Area retained its distinction as the top destination in the U.S. for fine dining following the long-awaited unveiling of the 2021 MICHELIN Guide to California this month.
TASTE News Service, February 18, 2021 – It all started by taking a chance on some farm fields in the California Delta in 1968. Today, Bogle Family Vineyards pays homage to its heritage in a new on-premise only release, TWENTY ACRES by Bogle.
TASTE News Service, November 16, 2020 – Baum+Whiteman creates high-profile restaurants around the world for hotels, restaurant companies, museums and other consumer destinations.
TASTE News Service, November 4, 2020 -- After months of limiting their operations to delivery and takeout due to shelter-in-place restrictions, California restaurants are once again hosting diners for onsite service.
By Dan Clarke About a week ago a press release came in from the National Restaurant Association (NRA).
TASTE News Service, January 21, 2020 - The Santa Barbara Culinary Experience (SBCE) will bring together local and national talent in the spirit of Julia Child in a three-day event to be celebrated March 13 – 15 of 2020.
TASTE News Service, January 8, 2020 — The Santa Ynez Valley has long been celebrated as much for its creative culinary scene as its world-class wines, but during Santa Ynez Valley Restaurant Weeks wine country truly meets dine country.
By Rachael Lucas People frequently ask me what to pair with the cheese that they are purchasing. 
By Dan Clarke A couple of weeks ago Taste California Travel got a different view of Sacramento.
By Peter Berk How deliciously ironic that the story of Musso & Frank Grill – the cherished cultural landmark currently marking its milestone 100th anniversary – should turn out to be every bit as compelling as any of the countless movies, television shows and novels that have been developed and celebrated within its legendary walls.  
By Dan Clarke The Guide Michelin is a very big deal in Europe. Begun in the early 20th Century, it was created by the French tire company of that familiar name.
By Dan Clarke It happened again last week.
By Dan Clarke Sacramentans are outgrowing their inferiority complex.
By Dan Clarke Last week I enjoyed lunch at Mulvaney’s Building and Loan, a Sacramento restaurant owned by Patrick Mulvaney.
TASTE News Service, February 12, 2019 – Apparently, National Clam Chowder Day is the 24th of February (who knew, right?).
TASTE News Service, January 15, 2019 - January is California Restaurant Month, when restaurants offer special menus and great-value meals that showcase the Golden State's cuisine and culinary talent.
by Rachael Lucas Organoleptic is defined by Merriam Webster as “Being, affecting, or relating to qualities (as taste, color, odor, and feel) of a substance (as a food or drug) that stimulate the sense organs."
TASTE News Service, December 4, 2018 - The 2019 Michelin Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area confirms the city as the fine dining capital in the United States.
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