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Peters Lutheran Church, Hughestown. An all you can eat spaghetti and meatballs dinner, salad, desserts and refreshments will be served. Tickets can be obtained by calling Pam Hanczyc at To order call the church office at or walk in. Delivery is available for lunch time orders. Pizzas can be ordered baked or.
Aufieri, Suscon, who celebrated on Oct. Get well wishes Get well wishes go to former Hughestown police officer Bob Finnerty. Peggy Miller, mother of the late Josh Miller, is consoled by U.
She spoke about the meaning of having the post cffice building named after Miller. Pittston has been amazing to our family and the support they have given and honor and respect and integrity that they give Josh has been phenomenal. I see it at the Tomato Festival 5k run when they state troopers run by and I hear parents telling their children who they are run-. He settled in Pittston and worked in the mines. After three years, he decided to give the grocery business a try and took a job at the Pauxtis Store at N.
Main St.. In , celebrating 42 years at the store, Galinskas remembered when he delivered groceries with a horse and buggy covering Old Forge to Parsons on the East side and as far south as Swoyersville on the West side. Throughout his employment at the store, he served as a buyer, bookkeeper, clerk and agent.
With so many names given, the faculty and school decided to vote on a name for the team. The majority chose the West Pittston Rams. I was quite proud. I had three streets paved and oiled all the dirt roads in the township. My husband and I will be married 25 years this year. Salvo was killed accidentally while in maneuvers in Germany. The Legion detail preceded the hearse and after came the parents, family and Army escort.
The Falzone Post detail marched through the city as the cortege moved slowly under the flags displayed on Main Street. Joseph Namutka, Mrs. Robert Barber, Mrs. Reginald Ellis, Mrs. Leona S. Cooley, Mrs.
Joseph Linskey, Mrs. Richard Jones, Mrs. James W. Allan, Mrs. Rufus Bierly, Mrs. Kenneth Lewis and Mrs. Robert Bonser were members of committee planning the 90th anniversary of the library. The women decided to make the affair a community day with an open house and ceremony to commemorate the date.
Dinner chairmen were Ernest Pliscott and Earl Dickenson. The land measuring 90 feet across and feet deep was to be cleared for a recreational site for children of the ward. Attorney Thomas Machland and county surveyor Eugene Bender broke ground.
Mayor Dan Ripa turned the property deed over to Robert Nicholson, club president. According to Bizapedia. William V. Three hundred local residents traveled to Maryland to pay tribute to Morris and present him with a plaque on behalf of the Sacred Heart Altar Boys of which Jim had been a member for ten years. Richard Morris, Sam Capitano Jr. Frank Mikus and Ed Ostrowski. All pre-school to sixth grade children were invited to dress in costume and join the Sixth Annual Greater Pittston Halloween Parade sponsored by the Jaycees.
Local area mayors, fire companies, ambulance crews, antique cars, Santa Claus and a double-decker bus were scheduled to participate. Hundreds of children were expected to attend. Trinity Episcopal Church of West Pittston celebrated the th anniversary of its founding. Committee members planning the celebration were Grace Williams, Mr.
John Yates, Paul Williams, Mr. Joseph Rugletic, Mrs. Kenneth Melberger, Mrs. Andrew Patrick, Mrs. Charles Schalles, Naomi and Alma Myers. The first organized meeting of the parish was held at the William Allen residence on July 2, Lacoe, John Howell, W.
Culver, T. Grier, William Allen and A. These men arranged the purchase of the land on which the church now stands. To see a photo, read the extensive history of the church and view memorabilia, log on to trinityepiscopalchurchwestpittston.
Answer The hours-long blocking of railroad crossings in Duryea was a main topic of conversation among residents. Borough officials complained to the Public Utilities Commission but requests for help went unanswered. One need not be a chamber to be haunted; One need not be a house; The brain has corridors surpassing Material place. Emily Dickinson. Wally Kulick stands in a box office fabricated from confessionals by Covington Studio. City manager board. Joe Moskovitz as The center and much as the city Applause seem be wants to see the center be suc- in a Catch Applause Theater director Wally Kulick checks out a drawing for a poster for the Wizard of Oz production.
The drawings were done by Marywood University art students. For tickets, please call Jean Williams Classic sendoff for classic car enthusiast Friends of Rocco J. Limongelli wanted him to exit the world the way he lived in it — with sheer class. So his funeral Monday. Limongelli, 74, of West Pittston, who died Thursday, Oct. His formal obituary included the following: He had an innate passion for collecting antique and classic automobiles, and you could find.
Main St. This classic Buick was one of Rocco's prized possessions. The writing on the truck says it all, "Unforgettable. Limongelli was a lifelong member of the parish. Fingers and toes, glimmer and shimmer! When you want the very best, Deja Vu Salon is your only option.
The implication is that many times we fail to see the stories right under our noses. This came to mind last week as we at the Dispatch staff discussed the re-naming of the Pittston post office in memory of Pennsylvania State Trooper Joshua Miller who was killed in the line of duty, rescuing a young boy from his own father who had kidnapped him in See the photo on page one and story which begins on page 3.
We, as do many, know her as Angie. And we at the Dispatch do feel we know her. Her wounds were still fresh at the reception in early at which the posthumous honor was bestowed, but she conducted herself with a quiet dignity that touched the hearts of all attending the event.
She spoke with eloquence and elegance and we could not help but be impressed. As we watched all of this, we kept thinking: and she is so young. It cannot be easy for her, but she never shies away from what she sees as her duty to her late husband. And always, there is the same dignity, the same class we first witnessed nearly three years ago.
This young mom was dealt a very difficult hand in life, but never does she talk of her own problems, of being left to raise three daughters on her own. Rather, Angie talks of her husband, what a wonderful father he was, what a wonderful husband, what a wonderful man. She is a pillar of strength and courage and a role model for us all.
We admire you, Angie. It is grotesque and beyond any remote acceptable human behavior. Yet how many people know President Obama was accused of supporting infanticide when he was a member of the Illinois state legislature. While an Illinois legislator, Barack Obama supported infanticide by voting against legislation that would protect babies born from botched abortions.
Obama denied that this was the case and the liberal mainstream media, enamored by the prospect of a black President, essentially went along and provided cover for the would be president. In a well researched article entitled Barack Obama Admits He.
Supported Infanticide, Redstate editor Erick Erickson, provided a persuasive case that despite his denials, Obama in fact supported something as horrible as infanticide when he opposed state legislation requiring doctors to provide medical care for a child born from botched abortions. A vote for Obama on November 6 is a vote for infanticide.
Ada Magni West Wyoming. Says voters must consider the real issues facing America Editor, readers and fellow voters: You are about to vote in the most important election in your lifetime and in the history of our country. Please read on. Our country is in deep trouble and going downhill fast.
Just some of the problems are: the economy, jobs, national debt, healthcare, crime, drugs, taxes and more. Realize this: All of the above are put there to divert our attention from the real problems, which are non-negotiable. Life begins at conception.
This is a no-brainer. It is non-negotiable. When the sperm and egg meet, God you remember God breathes life into it and a human being is born. Sound familiar? The Russians took over in and killed nine to fifteen million humans. In World War II, 42 million people were killed.
That is a lot of people. That number dear reader is how many abortions have been performed, no, committed since Roe vs. Wade in the United States alone.
Our president has given and allowed to be given hundreds of millions. Think of this when you vote. It is the union of one repeat one man and one repeat one woman.
This union is blessed and by expressing their love for each other, a child or children are born. Someone call Gertrude. Not the Empress, the government, Congress or Walmart. Everyone can dictate what happens in and around their own anatomy and no one else is allowed.
Not even your mother. It shall be a law that when a Notre Dame football game is on, all the idiot husbands in Heckslavia must watch the game in a padded, soundproof room with no beer.
If they have to hit something, they can hit each other and not my couch, pillows or new TV. Everyone deserves a helping hand. We need to better monitor the situation of assistance. Unless, of course, I fall off my throne and really get hurt. I say that anyone who has fought the war on cancer should never have to deal with another insurance carrier as long as they shall live. With co-insurance, deductibles and co-pays, you will lose your bloody mind.
The out-of-pocket expenses add up to several mortgage payments and a box of Raisinettes. We need to give our cancer stricken friends a little break.
Or my TJ Maxx bill. Also, in my kingdom, everyone has to be kind. You will not be allowed to use any derogatory words in order to make yourself feel superior and your target inferior. My minions will not kick a fellow minion when they are down. We will always hold each other up. Paying it forward will be as commonplace as buying a lottery ticket. In the Land of Heckslavia, life will be a dream, sweetheart. My name is Maria Jiunta Heck and I approved this message.
Keep kids in the kitchen: pop corn Teaching your children how to peel and chop and pop foods not only improves their health, but gives them an extra skill that will take them into adulthood. Keeping kids in the kitchen is a great way to teach kids healthy eating while having fun. First, preplanning is a must. First find an easy to make recipe that you are comfortable with. Next make sure that you have all the ingredients.
The worst thing is to need to stop and run out to the store to buy the missing ingredient. October is National Popcorn Month. Popcorn is a natural whole grain snack. It contains fiber and is low in calories -- only 31 calories in one cup when popped without added fat. USDA recommends getting at least half of your grains from whole grains each day. One serving of whole grains equals three cups of popcorn. So if you are striving for 6 servings of grains a day, 3 should be from a whole grain source.
Eating popcorn is a great way to increase your intake of whole grains and your daily fiber intake. Some youth have never seen popcorn pop, except from a microwaveable popping bag. If might be a good idea to invest in an air popper. Popcorn itself can be a great medium to mix in high calories snack foods, hence, reduce the overall calories.
Below is an easy to make recipe- a great place to begin inviting kids into the kitchen. Follow these steps in the recipe once the popcorn is made. If you feel the kids are too young for working with the stove top, just toss popcorn with the marshmallows, mini graham cookies and chocolate chips. Cook over high heat for 5 minutes; remove from heat and stir in baking soda. Combine popcorn and marshmallows in large bowl.
Pour sugar mixture over popcorn to coat. Gently stir in graham cookies and chocolate chips. Spread mixture evenly into non fat cooking sprayed 15 x 10 inch pan.
Let cool completely. Break into pieces. Store in an airtight container. Ehret, M. Fax Of a country called Heckslavia. For how long? As long as it takes them to man-up and become a better human being. Also, working mothers should get a few extra bucks thrown in, just for being … well … a working mother.
No one will be granted a certificate to get pregnant without first passing a parent test. The fact that anyone, and I do mean anyone, can have a baby and then spend the next 18 years potentially ruining that life, is mind-blowing. Everyone can prevent it. Everyone knows how. And no cheating. There needs to be a cold, hard line drawn in the sand over the red-hot button topic of nepotism.
I promise to name school board members who are truly there in order to do the right thing for someone other than themselves or their offspring, or cousin, or brother, or niece, or dog walker or babysitter. I promise to have teaching candidates interviewed by teachers, administrators, students and parents only. We may get a teacher or two who deserves a job just because they will be a phenomenal educator.
But remember, this is my pretend platform so you have to pretend listen. I promise I will find a way to take the fat and calories out of really good chocolate.
I will find a way to make it nutritious and fiber-rich and still make me happy. If they can put a man on the damn moon they should be able to accomplish this. This stationed dinner event will allow plenty of time to mingle. The Y is still accepting reservations. All proceeds of the event benefit scholarships for needy families and children at the YMCA.
To reserve tickets, call the YMCA at Jeffrey P. Avoca, Dupont, Duryea, Jenkins Twp. Each student was given a Youth Salute Award. Students recognized are, left to. Annual Halloween Party Tuesday, October 30th 6 - p. Our Lady Of Mt. Say Mundy fails to tackle real problems State Rep.
Phyllis Mundy has no problem grandstanding when it comes to easy no lose issues like helping the poor, sick and elderly and keeping our air and water clean. Supporting these issues requires no political courage at all. When it comes to eliminating school property taxes HB. It assures that the Government will not establish a state religion.
That people are free to speak their minds without the government arresting them. If you work in a medical facility, a nurse, a doctor, etc. If you own or are part owner, on the board, and pay for all or part of your employees insurance and an employee wants an abortion you will be obliged to pay for that abortion. You will soon be out of business.
The government will be able to tell you more. A national football player, after making a touchdown, knelt down and blessed himself was already told this is not to be allowed in a public sporting event. When the little female athlete won gold at the Olympics and was being interviewed on the field, she thanked God for giving her the strength and a body to perform so well.
She was written up in a sports column that she should do this in the privacy of her room or church and not on the sports field. Soon a Catholic soup kitchen will have. Property own-. Her positions defending her friends in government unions, including teacher unions make her more suited to representing them, not the public at large. George R.
Race Exeter. Two females in our government are ready to jump at the chance to get God out of our country and lives. This is how the communists got prayer removed from public schools. Readers, do you realize what is happening? It will not be the government of the people but the people of the government.
The government will have organized. So what do we do? We pray. How can God help? On the next clear night go out and look up at the sky. He created everything you see or cannot see. He created it all. You doubt that He could fix our economy, our national debt? He gave us the solution. Read what each candidate stands for. Then Vote!!! John J. Rygiel CPP Wyoming. She was the widow of Walter Tetlak who passed away in She was born in Texas and lived in Dupont for most of her life.
They were also owners of Penrose Estates, Tobyhanna. She was past president of the. VFW post Ladies Auxiliary and volunteered her time in helping the Mount Pocono senior citizens prepare their tax returns. Dupont, celebrated by the Rev. Joseph D. Verespy, Pastor. Interment was in the parish cemetery, Dupont. Dupont is in charge of arrangements. Friends of Bob Lorah are soliciting donations to help Bob in his battle with a serious illness.
Donations can be sent to the. Deadline for donations is Nov. John Mitchell Day. John Mitchell was world renowned as the President of the United Mine Workers of America and instrumental in securing the eight-hour day and minimum. Dinner is served Wed. President Martha Warnagiris reminds members to bring their completed colored entries for the Halloween contest.
Prizes will be awarded. Halloween Party. Carmel Center on Tuesday, October 30, from 6 to p. All children 12 and under are invited to attend. There will be a Halloween parade, food, fun and snacks. For anyone wishing to join the auxiliary, meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p. Reservations for the party can be made by calling or Pannunzio, Main Street, Dupont, A federal appeals court in Boston made a similar ruling in May, becoming the first appellate panel to have declared any part of the law unconstitutional.
Illinois follows Maryland and Delaware, which passed similar laws, relating to employers and schools respectively. Handmade gifts are not easy to come by in the industrial world. Most of the jewelry, purses, decorations and even food come from big corporations making thousands of identical items a day. So, finding a special or unique gift is not easy. However, handmade leather purses, antique button bracelets, hair bows, and candles are only a few of the different gifts to be found at the Holiday Craft and Gift show on Saturday, Nov.
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The craft show will be in the gym of the seminary with free. A bake sale and other food vendors will be ready to serve. Local businesses have donated. Avoid the lines: Advance tickets available from Fandango.
Thinking about Sara Taylor young woman and her husband inside. For several years at this time of year Sara and I would meet briefly. In desperation one year she came to my home for she had a secret to share. After that was settled we put closure to our meetings. I have not seen or heard from her since then. Why after all this time have thoughts of Sara Taylor come back to mind? Was there a reason? I had to find out. She is the adventurous type and knew she would help me. I have a favor to ask.
We might encounter a bear or some other strange sights. When we arrived at the park there was darkness surrounding us. The sky offered no reprieve for it was the color of glimmering coal with a few slivers of silver. I drove to the spot where the story telling was held and parked the car. If she is here she will come. With flashlights in hand we scanned the park looking for uninvited guests. The sky was turning blacker, the temperature was dropping, and the wind began to howl, owls were hooting along with other strange noises.
Your friend if ever there was one is not coming. Walking back to the car on the uneven ground my foot slipped and I began to fall. A hand gripped my arm breaking my fall as a freezing chill went through my body. For a second or two I could not move. Reaching the car, I thanked Ann Marie for breaking my fall. She looked at me strangely and announced that was not her.
All is well. Rest in peace. There will be a costume parade and prizes will be awarded. Hot dogs and drinks will be served.
Lions pastie sale. The Jenkins Twp. Lions Club will hold a pastie sale on Wed. Oct Pick up of orders will be at the Jenkins Twp. Hose Co. To order, call Nancy Pappas or any Lion member. Check should be made payable to Jenkins Twp. Lions Club. Soup and Salad Supper. A variety of soups and salads, chili, breads, beverages and desserts will be served. Patrons can also enjoy a full bar and cocktail lounge.
Reservations recommended. Open daily for dim sum, lunch and dinner. But choices extend to full egg breakfasts, sandwiches, burgers, salads and entrees such as a New York steak or panseared salmon.
Coffee drinks, smoothies, milkshakes, beer, wine and margaritas complement your meal. Happy hour: Mon-Thurs, pm; Fri-Sun, pm. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Lunch on weekends. The French chef holds two Michelin stars. By reservation only. Lunch: Thurs-Sat. Dinner: Wed-Sat. California Ave. Lunch: MonFri. The menu may not be extensive, but the tasty choices—from mussels to coq au vin—have made this a local favorite.
Lunch daily. Palo Alto: California Ave. The chef, the owners, the wood-fired pizzas and the cuisine come direct from Naples. The wine list focuses on Italian and Californian. Burlingame: Lorton Ave. Whimsical murals, a lofty Florentine ceiling and a Venetian-style balcony provide a pleasing ambiance to complement fine northern Italian cuisine, inspired by California influences. Located just minutes from airport hotels, Rocca offers delicious, trattoria-style dishes including veal, chicken, seafood and beef, as well as signature house-made pasta dishes.
Pair your meal with a selection from the extensive yet affordable list of Italian and domestic wines. Afterwards, linger over a rich tiramisu and enjoy la dolce vita. Private events for up to guests. Dinner: Mon-Sun. Outdoor patio dining. Expert chefs prepare a wide range of fresh sushi, along with appetizers such as grilled scallops, agedashi tofu and tempura.
Lunch and dinner daily San Mateo Hillsdale Blvd. Full bar, private room and extensive wine list at San Carlos. Hillsdale Blvd. Also: Park Place; San Carlos: Laurel St. Foster City opening : Foster Square Ln. Sit at the bar for the omakase experience.
Old-World taste meets New-World appeal at this lively and stylish restaurant in downtown Mountain View. Cascal brings together the culinary traditions of Spain, South America and Mexico. Bold flavors and warm hospitality are matched. The festive dining room is the backdrop for a fun and casual dining experience, while the heated outdoor patio offers al fresco dining.
Open daily from Open daily for lunch and dinner. This handsome restaurant highlights traditional and modern Southeast Asian flavors, featuring Malaysian cuisine, with touches of Thai, Indian and Chinese.
Treat your taste buds to delicious dishes such as wok-seared. Craft cocktails and a full bar add to the fun. Catering available. Salsa, guacamole and hand-made tamales are prepared fresh daily, and artisan margaritas are fixed to order. Happy hour: Mon-Fri, , at the bar and patio. Menlo Park: El Camino Real; San Mateo: Peninsula Ave.
Also in San Mateo: Campus Dr. San Bruno: El Camino Real; Daly City: Gellert Blvd. Open Tues-Sun. The yucca fries should not be missed—better yet with a pisco sour. The talented culinary team blends Japanese sensibility and ingredients with contemporary cuisine to transform its menu into something extraordinary.
Be sure to try the hamachi shots. Social hour: Mon-Fri, Pair your meal with artisanal cocktails made with top-quality spirits and tequilas, and infused with fresh juices and herbs. Outdoor seating is available, as well as a private event space.
The wine list includes wines by the glass. Earning critical acclaim for both its classic steakhouse cuisine and extensive wine list, Sundance is well-known among food and wine connoisseurs, who enjoy a comfortable yet lively dining experience, delivered with professional service. Savor exclusively aged prime steaks along with the house specialty—slow-roasted prime rib. The menu also features succulent fresh seafood, jumbo cold-water lobster tail, appetizing side dishes and decadent desserts.
Handcrafted cocktails, local brews and premium wines by the glass can also be enjoyed in the vintage sports lounge. San Mateo: S B St. Sidewalk patio seating is available year-round. Lunch: Tues-Sun. MonFri, pm; Fri, am-6pm. Tues-Thurs, pm; Fri, pm. From craft cocktail bars and casinos to jazz and comedy clubs, there are plenty of options for fun after dark. Mon-Sat, 4pm-2am; Sun, 7pm-2am. Sip on craft beers and cocktails while enjoying sports on TV as well as a DJ or live music.
Nightly in summer; Wed-Sun in winter. Tues-Sun, 5pm-midnight. San Salvador St. Opens at 5 daily. Join locals from all walks of life and professions and watch your favorite sports on three HDTVs or just sit back in a leather seat for a relaxing read. Premium and rare cigars are for sale on site. Mon-Wed, noonpm; Thurs-Sat, noonpm; Sun, noon-8pm. Alma Ave. Sun-Wed, ; Thurs-Sat, 4-midnight. Open daily from 4. Opens at 3pm daily. Daily from 3pm. Mon-Thurs, 3-midnight; Fri-Sat, 3pm-1am; Sun, pm.
Beer, wine and food are also on offer. Two lounge areas provide comfortable seating. Daily, 4pm-midnight. The spectacular upstairs lounge offers live music and dancing to a variety of styles including rock, soul, blues, reggae and Latin rhythms.
Sunday is comedy night, featuring nationally known headliners. Joe Ferrara, voted Best Santa Cruz area entertainer, performs Fridays at pm, following happy hour. Autumn St. WedThurs, 7pm-midnight; Fri-Sat, 7pmam. See the calendar at savannajazz. Ample free parking available. Open nightly. The wide variety of buy-ins and betting limits allows everyone, from novices to seasoned players, to experience the best gaming action in Northern California.
Play in daily tournaments, watch your. El Camino Real; ]. Almaden Ave. The Eagle Brewing Co. All of their founders would have reveled, beer in hand, in the sheer number and diverse style of craft breweries that populate the region today.
Lucky us. From the northernmost part of the Peninsula down to San Jose and out to the coast, this part of the Bay Area is almost overflowing with examples of well-made, unique and exciting craft beers—so much so that the region launched its own Silicon Valley Beer Week six years ago. The days-long event celebrates beer in all its forms, with tap takeovers, food pairings, brewmaster dinners, new releases and seminars for both experts and novices.
It takes place in July if you happen to be in the area; go to svbeerweek. From English-style ales to sour brews amped up by locally sourced fruit hello, Ghostwood Beer Co. Both offer public and private tours. What is almost better than the beer itself, dare we say, is the strong sense of inclusivity and community that defines the local beer scene. Many go out of their way to welcome kids, dogs and outside food, setting a new standard for what drinking establishments can be like.
Check our curated list of breweries to get to know our varied and wonderful world of beer. The food menu comes with a beer pairing guide—fish tacos go well with a golden beer, while the farmhouse burger is best consumed with a sour beer. San Jose; caminobrewing. Camino often hosts food pop-ups, including Taco Tuesdays. Open Wed-Sun. Each beer and its ingredients are richly described according to their earthy connections and flavors. Along with a hearty selection of IPAs and pales, there is a particularly strong showing of traditional European-style brews like Hefeweizen and Belgian Tripel, along with a great variety of stouts and porters.
Open Wed-Mon. American sour ales, a Scotch-style ale, a year-round selection of IPAs and an imperial stout, along with limited-edition. Open Tues-Sat. San Jose; strikebrewingco. The beer names, from Bleacher Seats lager to Colossus of Clout, are a natural fit for owner-brewer Drew Ehrlich, a former pitcher for the Stanford University baseball team.
Think English malt and house yeast combining to make a West Coast pale ale or a dark-mild session beer inspired by an ale from Bank Top Brewery in Bolton, England. Pair a pint with pulled pork potato skins or fish and chips. San Carlos; devilscanyon. Open Fridays only. At any. It aims to produce more than 20 unique offerings every year, from stouts to blondes, with an emphasis on a less aggressive IPA style with a crisp, European quality.
Outside food, kids and dogs are welcome. The microbrewery focuses on Belgian beers, lagers and ales, made by Alex Porter, who left behind a biotech career to pursue his home-brewing hobby full-time. The results include hazy and dank IPAs as well as sours with fruit like cherries, passion fruit and guava, brewed in three seven-barrel tanks on view in the small, industrial space.
A large outdoor beer garden, firepits and bocce ball courts make Fieldwork a great choice for groups. The lively West End brewery produces seven flagship ales, as well as seasonal brews, hard cider, root beer and kombucha. Its beer descriptions are not only detailed and helpful but a.
There are also rotating special and seasonal brews like the Pumpkin Harvest Ale and Juicy Gossip, an American-style IPA, all best enjoyed on the outdoor patio overlooking the harbor.
Half Moon Bay, hopdogma. Grab a bite and try a flight of house beers or explore the guest taps, often featuring lesser-known Bay Area brews. Given its somewhat remote location, the focus is on low-A.
Open Thurs-Mon. Crabbers at Pillar Point Harbor along the Half Moon Bay Coastside, as well as nearby grocers, chefs and an endless stream of local patrons, await the green light from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for the start of Dungeness crabbing season.
Named after a small fishing village in Washington State, Dungeness crabs possess a succulent meat that mobilizes the masses. Restaurants redesign their menus to include everything from Dungeness crab cakes to crab cocktails. Dating from , people from across the Bay Area don bibs and dive in, devouring nearly 2, pounds of crab at each event. Dungeness crab, scientifically known as Metacarcinus magister or Cancer magister, ranges from the Aleutian Islands to Southern California. California crabbing dates back more than a century, believed to have started in San Francisco around The captains and crews of more than 50 boats at Pillar Point Harbor, the only working fishing harbor between San Francisco and Monterey, prepare their crabbing pots, lines, buoys and other gear for the opening and what they hope will be a lucrative year.
The season is short so as soon as crabbers get the signal, the boats are off. In a good year, I can catch 30, pounds of crab. That can either move up or down—sometimes even up to 50, pounds. He now ventures out to sea for crabs, as well as salmon and tuna. His permit allows him to put crab pots into the water, and his boat can hold 5, pounds of crab at one time.
While that may sound like a lot, bigger vessels are capable of stowing five or six times as much. Boats are typically docked from 8 a. Prices at the dock generally run lower than at stores. Not only that, but after picking out your crabs or fish there, you can head over to Princeton Seafood Company where they will clean and fillet anything purchased from the boats.
Timing is key for catching Dungeness crab. Regulations also require that only male crabs are harvested. All females must be immediately released and are left to reproduce throughout their life span. I stay up the whole time. Climate change is another factor with its more intense storms. That season also saw a sharp rise in whale entanglements, as unusually warm, nutrient-poor waters pushed marine animals closer to shore for feeding. California policymakers and fishermen were quick to respond and are working with researchers and environmental groups to reduce risks to whales.
Hopefully, this cooperation will continue, and for the foreseeable future Pillar Point Harbor will remain the go-to spot for local Dungeness crab lovers, provisioned by a prosperous fishing fleet. For lunch, try the jumbo wrapped prawns and Dungeness crab with mushrooms and spicy peanut sauce.
San Jose; scottsseafoodsj. Local chefs get creative with their Dungeness menus, from the popular cioppino to—believe it or not—even a Dungeness crab martini. Here are some of the best places to sample these culinary highlights during crab season, generally November through spring.
San Jose; lepapillon. Featuring local cuisine, seasonal highlights include the Dungeness crab cioppino. You can also dig into Dungeness crab with house-made tagletelle pasta, Dungeness crab ravioli or sweet gem lettuce with handpicked Dungeness crab, avocado, cashews and yuzu vinaigrette. Santa Clara; parcel Palo Alto; theseausa. Los Altos; chefchu. Enticing lunch items include the quesadilla de camaron y cangrejo—sauteed white shrimp and Dungeness crab meat, Oaxaca cheese, wild mushrooms, onions and roasted poblano chiles.
Or try dinner tapas like the tostada de cangrejo con aguacate—fresh Dungeness crab, avocado, citrus supreme, shallots, ancho chile sauce and crispy tortillas. Redwood City; lvmar. Dungeness crab graces the menu in all its popular forms, from crab cakes and cioppino to Dungeness crab cocktail, or simply straight from the shell.
San Mateo; thefishmarket. Savor the Dungeness crab omelet with Monterey Jack cheese, cheddar and bacon, topped with avocado, or the Dungeness crab roll with butter and garlic on sourdough, topped with a sweet and spicy remoulade. Half Moon Bay; hmbbrewingco. During the season, it offers whole local Dungeness crab, steamed or with chile and garlic, as well as other options such as crab cioppino; Dungeness crab salad with celery root, Fuji apple and lemon creme fraiche dressing; and Dungeness crab tagliatelle with Calabrian chile and herbs.
Half Moon Bay; samschowderhouse. Menu options include Dungeness crab Benedict on polenta cakes, a crab and Brussels sprouts omelet with goat cheese and, during the holidays, a Dungeness crab martini. Half Moon Bay; itsitaliarestaurant.
Montara; lacostanerarestaurant. Half Moon Bay; ritzcarlton. Its American country-style cuisine includes chilled cracked Dungeness crab as well as Dungeness crab cioppino. Pescadero; duartestavern. For dinner, start with a Dungeness crab martini or the Dungeness crab cakes with lemon saffron aioli.
You can also begin your day with crab cake Benedict or Dungeness crab cakes. Santa Cruz; crowsnest-santacruz. Along with its whole fresh crab, it serves up specialties like Dungeness crab melt, broiled open face and topped with cheddar cheese.
Santa Cruz; stagnarobrothers. Filled with such diversity of atmosphere, landscape and activities, the region is a uniquely enchanting destination. The Santa Cruz region has cast its spell for generations, and for good reason. Europeans founded the first Spanish settlement here more than years ago.
Since then, the coast has intrigued legions of bohemians, entrepreneurs and sun worshippers, all drawn to the sea, scenery and incomparable climate.
Then students and their well-traveled professors began redefining and refining the. These have been further broadened more recently by an influx of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs making Santa Cruz their second home. The Yacht Harbor at the southern end of town is an ideal port, from which a number of charter boat companies offer cruises as well as fishing and whale-watching trips.
The sleek catamaran of Chardonnay Sailing Charters offers winemaker cruises as well as champagne brunches on the water. These days, international surfing competitions attract the young and fearless, who gather in all weathers to test their acrobatic skills against some of the best-riding surf the West. From almost any spot along the popular West Cliff Drive, visitors can watch surfers of all ages slice through those world-class waves on their aerodynamic shortboards.
Offering prime people-watching, vibrant Pacific Avenue is lined with. Santa Cruzans are religiously devoted to their coffee rituals, and coffeehouses of all descriptions seem to sprout up on every corner. On the dining side, ethnic eateries, such as the eclectic India Joze and gourmet vegetarian restaurant Malabar, share the turf with sushi bars, pizza pop-ups, gastropubs and classic burger spots like Betty Burger.
At Laili, a contemporary Mediterranean menu with Middle Eastern inflections has attracted a following among local foodies who love dining in the secluded courtyard. Hand-crafted ice creams in a fantastic spectrum of flavors can be enjoyed at the Penny Ice Creamery, across from romantic Gabriella Cafe a Santa Cruz legend , and at Mission Hill Creamery a few blocks away.
Specialty food boutiques, ranging from wood-fired pizza and glamorous cocktails to astonishing pastries and designer salads, make Abbott Square Market a popular meeting spot. Rendezvous inside to enjoy the cozy industrial interior or take your drinks out onto the spacious deck. Santa Cruz boasts a robust art scene, especially on the first Friday of each month when shops, galleries and wineries open their doors and treat visitors to adult beverages, eye candy, and the chance to meet colorful residents.
During the summer, Santa Cruz Shakespeare stages six weeks of performances in the outdoors amidst eucalyptus groves. Another prime summer event is the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music in August—a two-week series of avant-garde performances by international stars such as the Kronos Quartet. Across Food Court Capitola Ave. Atmospheric beach cottages dot the Esplanade and the little alleys that adjoin it, many filled with boutiques selling everything from arts and crafts and designer jewelry to fashionable apparel, beachwear, surfing gear and, of course, souvenirs.
Wine bars and an attractive gathering of restaurants line the curving beachfront. Have a quick slice of pizza, a leisurely alfresco meal on a patio, or simply a creative cocktail or a cold brew in the sun—all with the sounds of surf and the azure panorama of Monterey Bay as your backdrop. During the warmer summer months, beach and water activities crank up. Surfers hit the waves; kayakers paddle the calmer waters; the sandy beach turns into a patchwork quilt of sunbathers; and fishermen toss their lines from the rocks or wharf.
Nearby, the Pleasure Point beach neighborhood is enjoying a vigorous new boom of chic coffeehouses complete with laid-back surfing culture vibes. Centered around two renovated and streamlined warehouses known as Swift Street and Ingalls Street Courtyards, the action never stops here. The drive up the coast heading north threads through vast fields of organically grown Brussels sprouts, artichokes and exotic lettuces hugging the cliffs opposite stands of cypress and eucalyptus trees.
The sprawling ranch, surrounded by overgrown gardens and containing the ruins of an 18th-century adobe, is a popular starting point for cyclists and hikers following trails that crisscross 5, acres of coastrange wildlife habitat. Continuing north, visitors will find the tiny village of Davenport, home to renowned Lundberg Studios, whose hand-blown art-nouveau and Tiffany-style creations are found in leading museums the world over.
Perched nearby on Highway 1, the handiwork of winemaker Randall Grahm rewards adventurous wine tasters with premium varietals at the memorable Bonny Doon Vineyard tasting room. The bluffs of Davenport, once the site of an active whaling station, invite easy access to dramatic, uncrowded beaches. This jagged coastline is a destination in itself, with stunning stops such as Shark Fin Cove and Panther Beach. From December through May, the annual migrations of giant gray whales south and then back north bring prime whale watching close to shore.
Once a bustling logging town, Boulder Creek maintains its relaxed, s hippie ambience. The historic town of Soquel, just south of Santa Cruz, was originally settled by way of 18th-century Spanish land grants. Wildcat loggers then rushed to harvest its great forests in the early 19th century. Worth a visit are the tiny VinoCruz wine-tasting shop, specializing in playful appetizers and all Santa Cruz Mountains wines, and the dinner house Home, whose menu offers original variations on California cuisine.
Get your adrenaline fix in the treetops at Mount Hermon. Ride A Roller Coaster Amuse yourself with thrills, games, and family fun. The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is one of the oldest seaside amusement parks in the country. Lots of fun for the whole family. Go Paddle Elkhorn Slough is a top spot for wildlife viewing—rent a kayak and savor the natural beauty of the central coast. Sail On Monterey Bay Catch a sunset, observe migrating whales or just enjoy a fresh margarita on one of many sailing cruises offered from the Yacht Harbor.
Handmade beers have come a long way from mere pub fare. Stroll The Santa Cruz Wharf Browse the tourist shops or step into a colorful dining spot to enjoy a dish of seafood linguine with an ocean view.
A memorable stroll can be had taking in waves, surfers and matchless sunsets on West Cliff Drive. The interior features an open kitchen, a rotisserie and a full bar. Afternoon menu: MonSat.
The friendly, casual atmosphere and exceptional food have made this restaurant a local favorite since The menu features a delicious variety of the freshest seafood, Midwestern aged beef, shellfish, pasta and an abundant salad bar, along with fresh house-baked breads, desserts and pastries daily.
The upstairs grill serves appetizers and casual meals throughout the day, with live music and dancing evenings in the lounge. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. Sit in the open dining room with its exhibition kitchen or out on the heated garden patio. Kebabs, Afghani dumplings, and chicken and lamb dishes share the menu with vegetarian and vegan options including pumpkin boranee and pomegranate eggplant.
The combination of fresh local ingredients with herbs and spices from around the world results in supreme flavors. A specially crafted wine and beer list complements the menu. Lunch and dinner: Tues-Sun. Cooper St. Featuring California cuisine with an island twist, the menu includes attractive salads and appetizers, fresh local and Hawaiian seafood and Braveheart steaks. The extensive list of California wines.
Fun is a certainty, with the warm pub ambiance, a full bar and lounge, live music Thursday-Saturday, trivia on Monday and comedy on Wednesday. Brunch: Sat-Sun, The tradition of fine food and drink in an atmosphere of Old-World charm continues to this day. The beautiful grounds, comfortable lounge and intimate dining areas make this a local favorite for gatherings and celebrations. Award-winning fare includes nightly specials as well as traditional offerings of prime rib, fresh seafood, pastas and oak-fired, brick-oven pizzas.
Light entrees and wood-fired pizza are served in the lounge, pm. Dinner nightly, including holidays. Towns south of Half Moon Bay, such as Pescadero and San Gregorio, are just as endearing, whether promoting quirky trends like goat yoga or hosting local live music at a general store.
Melding Norman-Rockwell-like Americana, a pioneer spirit and a Left Coast ethos, Half Moon Bay still hangs on to vestiges of its past with a scattering of historic downtown buildings, such.
Drivers heading to Half Moon Bay over the Coast Range Mountains on Highway 92 or along the shore via Highway 1 are following the ancient trails of the Ohlone Indians, whose villages thrived here until the s, when Spanish soldiers and missionaries built a string of settlements reaching from Mexico to San Francisco.
Originally named San Benito and then Spanishtown, by the late s the hamlet had already become a thriving fishing and ranching community. Then an influx of Italian, Portuguese, Irish and Chinese immigrants broadened the ethnic mix, with the town being renamed Half Moon Bay in During Prohibition in the early s, the local coast became a haven for smugglers as Canadian rum runners took advantage of the hidden coves and thick cloaks of fog to land their boatloads of illegal booze destined for San Francisco.
The restored James Johnston House overlooks the Pacific just south of town, standing apart with its New England saltbox construction. It is open to visitors, as is the built Mosconi Hotel with its original oldtime saloon, now an inn named the San Benito House.
Half Moon Bay boasts plenty to discover in its compact downtown. Galleries, boutiques, jewelry shops, and arts and crafts stores are interspersed with wine-tasting rooms, a gastropub, bakeries, cafes and a number of appealing dining options, from Italian to Japanese. Today, Miramar is home to the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, which has been drawing legions of fans for Sunday afternoon jazz concerts since More experienced board riders head north, with the most intrepid surfers of all drawn to Mavericks, a world-famous surfing site where cresting swells from winter storms are thrust upward by a shallow reef, creating gigantic breakers 50 feet or more in height.
Visitors in. Fishing charters and kayaking companies also operate from the harbor, as do whale-watching tours in winter and spring—an ironic twist, in that Portuguese sailors from the Azores ran a whaling station here during the s. Moss Beach, founded in the s, once attracted celebrities like Jack London to fish and dive for abalone. A historic landmark in neighboring Montara is the Point Montara lighthouse, established in as a fog signal station after several ships ran ashore in the late s.
It is now home to a hostel. Montara State Beach, a beautiful twomile stretch of sand bookended by coastal bluffs, is popular with surfers because of its strong swells. Hikers and trail bikers ascend this northern spur of the Santa Cruz Mountains for its endless coastal views on clear days and possible whale sightings in winter.
Just south of Half Moon Bay, a turn onto Miramontes Point Road leads to a luxuriously modern anomaly on the largely rural, laid-back coast. Golfers flock to its 36 holes of oceanfront links with sightlines to the Pacific. Non-stop scenery beckons as you drive farther down the coast, sharing the road with touring cyclists. Not far inland, the picturesque village of San Gregorio, named after Pope Gregory I, charms visitors with its nostalgic small-town flavor. In the s, elites ventured south from San Francisco via stagecoach to the old San Gregorio Hotel for fishing, swimming and sailboat racing.
Today, the rustic era San Gregorio General Store draws people from all walks of life—from local farmhands to bikers, cyclists and wandering tourists—who stop in to browse or have a drink. Towering above the coastal artichoke farms south of Pescadero, the picturesque foot-high Pigeon Point Lighthouse stands as one of the tallest and most photographed lighthouses in America.
In use since , it is currently closed to the public, though visitors can wander around the grounds. From mid-December to the end of March, visitors who sign up for guided tours can witness gigantic bulls battling for dominance and females nursing their pups, or simply watch these creatures bask quietly in the sun.
Hop aboard a kayak or stand-up paddleboard SUP and make your way around the harbor, or watch seabirds and harbor seals at play on a sunset excursion. Taste Local Wines Spend an afternoon wine tasting at La Nebbia Winery, and triple the fun with a game of bocce ball and a picnic. Hint: On a warm day, the sparkling wine will hit the spot.
Dramatic ocean views more than make up for the frequent chill factor at this challenging links course. Stop and Smell the Roses Make a stop on Highway 92 to enjoy the flowery temptations at a variety of nurseries along the way. Pick up Fresh Produce Stop at one of the local farm stands along Highway 1 and other byways for treats such as artichokes, Brussels sprouts, fava beans, berries and—the ultimate Half Moon Bay icon—pumpkins.
Explore the Coastal Trail Walk, jog or bike the oceanfront trail. Running from Pillar Point Harbor to the Ritz— past secluded beaches, along dramatic bluffs and through open grasslands—this makes for a perfect outdoor excursion. Mixology classes are on order too! Try sand art, make a terrarium display, craft a sailor bracelet or engage in other entertaining creative fun. Head over to Pillar Point Harbor to buy fresh-caught seafood straight off the boat—from Dungeness crab winter through spring to salmon late spring through summer.
Want to be part of the action yourself? Book your spot on a sport fishing charter boat. Drop by the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Beach at low tide to get up close to small sea creatures, and keep a watch out for harbor seals, too. Bring the Kids Families with youngsters can stop by Lemos Farm for pony rides, a petting zoo, bounce houses and seasonal attractions such as the Halloween Haunted Zone.
Warm up by a pot-bellied stove for a live bluegrass set on weekends at the era San Gregorio General Store. You can also happily lose time browsing through everything from fishing gear and hardware to books, tools and cookware. Go Bird-Watching Hike the acre Pescadero Marsh Bird Refuge and keep an eye out for the more than species of birds—including blue herons and snowy egrets—that inhabit the marsh or stop over during migrations. Catch the Sunset For a perfect way to end your day, bundle up and find your spot to watch the sun set behind the ocean.
Tasty Food. Historic Pub Atmosphere. Cabrillo Hwy. Open lunch through dinner Wed-Sun. This family-friendly spot offers tasty pub grub—from fish and chips to clam chowder and burgers— along with 19 beers on tap and what may be a world-record collection of more than 2, beer cans on the wall. Order a pint, play a game of darts, catch your favorite sports on one of the many TVs, or relax by the fire. Thurs-Sun, from Open lunch through dinner daily. Brunch: Sat-Sun from Because of this challenge, a new trend has emerged—urban wineries are carving out little niches in the middle of cities and suburbia where the sipping is dandy.
Meanwhile, less intensely developed areas, such as the rolling hill country south of San Jose and the steep Santa Cruz Mountains to the west, are home to many passionate winemaking operations that welcome visitors. For those in the know, all this local enological activity presents abundant wine-tasting opportunities and much shorter drives than the long, traffic-snarled haul to the better-publicized regions north of San Francisco. Sipping Stops The oldest and largest of this crew is J.
Lohr Vineyards, a family-run operation in San Jose with a handsome tasting room and friendly pourers. The company has abundant vineyards located elsewhere and a large selection of well-priced wines can be tried.
A few blocks away, Coterie Cellars offers some exciting pinot noirs, tasty viogniers and other wines in a comfy tasting room entered via that mainstay of the urban winery—a roll-up garage door.
Nearby in Campbell, Travieso Winery is the passion project of a local geologist and plastic surgeon who joined forces to focus on Rhone-style wines such as a mouth-filling syrah and an alluring blend of viognier, chardonnay and roussanne. A few miles eastward, in the rolling hills above Milpitas, Big Dog Vineyards perches on a promontory overlooking Silicon Valley.
Grapes from both the estate and nearby regions come together in enjoyable wines like a big cabernet and other lusty reds. The local wine industry was bowed but not broken by parasitic vine infections and Prohibition, recovering handily by the midth century.
Alas, today the booming economy of Silicon Valley has created a new threat to growers as sprawling office buildings and ever-expanding suburbs gobble up agricultural land.
Sipping Stops The third generation of a longtime Morgan Hill farming family now runs popular Guglielmo Winery, which captivates visitors with its elegant courtyard tasting area complete with burbling. Another Morgan Hill winery worth a visit is Sycamore Creek Vineyards, with a picturesque environment; the winery produces a range of wines like a fruity grenache and well-crafted sparkling wine.
Nearby, in an equally attractive spot, Clos la Chance offers a rich lineup of wines including those made on the acre estate. Retrieved October 31, Archived from the original on May 30, Retrieved December 17, Authority control MusicBrainz : 5ce51f2b-e19eb-ab2c-1cda37bfdcc8.
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