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Boulder Creek Pizza & Pub

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Auntie Mame’s Cafe

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The Cats

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Spanky’s

Food+Drink | Ben Lomond

The Redwood Sandwich Co

Food+Drink | Scotts Valley

The Firehouse Bistro

Food+Drink | Woodside

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The Cats — Perfect, notorious BBQ

07 | 31 | 2018

But forget the BBQ for a minute, I had no idea how delicious the history here proved to be. A one-time stop for stagecoaches, the Cats Roadhouse had also served as a weigh station for lumber wagons. Along with the introduction of paved roads, its history took a turn...

Craft Beer Exploding In Santa Cruz

04 | 29 | 2018

If you like a tasty brew, you will enjoy exploring the craft beer taprooms in Santa Cruz County. There are some sixteen craft breweries and fifteen taprooms and counting in the county where you can enjoy flavorful, refreshing brews. You will discover that these small, unique businesses are creating outstanding artisanal brews that reflect their...

Cuisine with a long History

04 | 26 | 2018

Within the redwoods are several restaurants with histories as interesting as the ancient trees. These eateries serve up some amazing cuisine that fits perfectly with the atmosphere. Each with their own distinct history and stories that go back many decades. Alice’s Restaurant: “A Little Slice of Bliss Among the Redwoods” Located in Woodside, CA, Alice’s...

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Guide To Goat Rock

Billed as the gateway of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Castle Rock State Park earns that title in spectacular fashion. A great staging ground for a number of adventures, from bouldering to rock climbing, day hiking to backpacking, and even birding. The crown jewel, Goat Rock, is a limestone formation that is typical of the park’s geology...

Butano State Park

The park’s connection to California Indian and Ohlone history is rich as is its archaeological significance, as it lies directly along an ancient trading and seasonal migration route, mainly used by the tribelet that controlled the area, the Quiroste (KEER-osh-tee). Now it’s a green and pleasant park, great for day hikes of all sizes, car camping, and short backcountry overnight trips.

Portola Redwoods State Park

Named for the explorer Gaspar de Portola, whose 18th-century overland expedition passed nearby, the rich ecology of the area once supported one of the largest Ohlone tribelets, the Quiroste. Now it’s a mainstay for savvy mountain visitors who’ve already gotten their fill of other, more popular parks in the area.

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Alice’s Restaurant

Food+Drink | Woodside

Arcangeli Grocery/Norms Market

Food+Drink | Pescadero

Auntie Mame’s Cafe

Food+Drink | Scotts Valley

Bella’s Cafe

Food+Drink | Boulder Creek

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Boulder Creek Pizza & Pub

Food+Drink | Boulder Creek

Boulder Creek Roadside Cafe

Food+Drink | Boulder Creek

Buttercup Cakes & Farmhouse Frosting

Food+Drink | Santa Cruz

Cafe Delmarette

Food+Drink | Santa Cruz

Chocolate the Restaurant

Food+Drink | Santa Cruz

Coffee 9

Food+Drink | Ben Lomond

Cowboy Bar & Grill

Food+Drink | Felton

Cruise Coffee Company

Food+Drink | Scotts Valley