We recently attended Sonoma Valley’s “Feast of the Olive Dinner” – an extraordinary dining experience that attracts olive, food and wine aficionados from around the world. The annual dinner is held during Sonoma Valley Olive Season (January through February) – a two-month long wine country celebration featuring all things olive. The Feast of the Olive Dinner is so aptly named because it brings together 18 of Sonoma Valley’s top chefs and every bite of their incredible olive-inspired culinary creations was a feast to our palettes!
The intimate 150-person dinner was held in the stunning Vineyard Room at Ramekins Culinary School, nestled in downtown Sonoma. At first sight, the long expansive tables (which were set to perfection) looked like a scene out of a State Dinner. Each table had a dedicated team of executive chefs who prepared a unique five-course dinner of scrumptious olive-inspired dishes – and each course was paired with award-winning Sonoma Valley wines.
Pizza, gelato and chocolate… oh my! If you’re a foodie and love to explore and have fun, what better place than New York City to take a Food & Culture Tour this summer.
Craving authentic New York pizza? Want to taste some of the best street food in New York City? Indulge in delectable treats (cupcakes, cookies and gelato) on a dessert walking tour in Lower Manhattan. Experience New York’s West Village and East Village like a local and taste neighborhood favorites.
Sample chocolates and truffles on a fun tasting tour for chocolate lovers. Take a guided walking tour and taste pizza at three of Manhattan’s top pizzerias. Are you getting hungry yet? Check out some of our favorite NYC Food Tours.
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Looking for a great way to start the day? Head over to Bumble for breakfast or brunch in Los Altos. The charming little cottage with yellow door and white picket fence is located on First Street – it’s really popular with the locals. What makes Bumble unique apart from its amazing food is that it is one of the most kid-friendly restaurants we’ve ever seen. A large sandbox sits outside on the front porch among the patio tables and inside there’s a separate children’s play room and fish aquarium. Perfect for families and friends who want to enjoy a nice leisurely meal and keep their kids happy too.
The other thing that sets Bumble apart is its unique dining experience – customers can order food and drinks from an Android tablet at their table. It’s fast, user-friendly and takes service to a whole new level. No need to sit around waiting to place your order or ask for the check at the end of your meal – at Bumble it’s just a “touch” away.
Mingalaba – Burlingame, San Francisco Bay Area Mingalaba is one of our favorite local Southeast Asian restaurants – fun for foodies!
We’ve eaten here many times for lunch, Sunday Brunch, and dinner… and several things have been consistent – the food is outrageously good, the staff is friendly and attentive, and the prices are reasonable!
If you’re looking for somewhere FUN, casual and “buzzing” for weekend brunch, Sam’s waterfront restaurant is the place to go. Popular with locals and visitors alike, you can’t beat the atmosphere or the views from the waterfront deck, especially on a warm sunny day. It’s worth a trip just for the SF Bay and skyline views alone …not to mention the
great food and people-watching!