Source Guide Summer 2017

June 28, 2017
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Eat | Dine

Alexander’s Patisserie (pg. 5) Upscale bakery and café with European-inspired treats. *

Cliff House (pg. 23). A San Francisco culinary tradition since 1983. *

Costanoa Lodge and Cascade Bar & Grill (pg. 23). Discover the pace of nature in this coastal eco- adventure resort. Onsite restaurant offers fresh California coastal cuisine, complemented by restaurant garden and locally sourced ingredients. Reservations requested. *

Epicurean Group (pg. 17) A local, farm-fresh corporate and campus dining services and catering company dedicated to sustainable dining and artisanal, handcrafted meals and beverages from local farm sourcing. Fresh. Honest. Local. *

Forthright Oyster Bar & Kitchen (pg. 1). Seafood served with crafted cocktails, local beers on tap and a standout wine list at the Kirkwood Plaza in Campbell. *

Madera (pg. 8). Artisanal, seasonal American cuisine celebrating the flavorful traditions of the Bay Area and located in the Rosewood Sand Hill Hotel. Wine list awarded Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence 2016. *

No. 5 Kitchen–San Mateo (pg. 39). Local. Seasonal. Sustainable. Serving breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch. Located @Kitchentown  *

Prime Restaurant—Santa Clara (back cover). Restaurant serving ethically crafted fare with direct farmer relationships for its upscale American, steakhouse and California cuisine. Located in the Plaza Suites hotel. *

The Sea by Alexander’s Steakhouse (pg. 5). Bay Area’s premier seafood dining destination.

The Table (pg. 1). Farm-to-table eatery focused on seasonal ingredients, handcrafted cocktails and progressive wines in the heart of Willow Glen, San Jose. *

The Vesper (pg. 1). Crafted cocktails + seasonal local bites in a lively, artsy lounge setting in downtown Campbell. *

Drink | Wine

Cooper Garrod Vineyards (pg. 37). Award-winning family estate wines grown in the foothills of Saratoga. Certified California sustainable winegrower. Tasting room and wine club. *

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines (pg. 2). Sustainably farmed craft wines with over 40 years of family estate vineyard winemaking. San Jose tasting room open 10am–5pm daily, wine club and events. *

Liana Estates (pg. 41). Napa heritage winemaking meets the new taste of Carneros Valley. A destination winery run by the Peju Winery family with panoramic bay views, a special event venue and an onsite chef with food and wine pairings and classes. *

Martin Ranch Winery (pg. 37). Family-owned and operated winery and vineyard, located in Gilroy at the southeastern tip of the Santa Cruz Mountains Appellation. *

Mid Peninsula Wine Trail (pg. 37). Unique urban wine tasting experience offered by award-winning wineries with tasting rooms concentrated in San Carlos and Belmont. See the ESV wine guide for more information. *

Peju Province Winery. Historic, award-winning Napa Valley winery certified as an organic winery and Bay Area Green business. Family-owned and-operated along with sister winery Liana Estates. *

Rexford Winery (pg 39). Father and son winemakers in Santa Cruz producing handcrafted small-lot wine varietals using grapes from select vineyards. *

Wineries of Santa Clara (pg. 30). Wineries on Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail in Gilroy, Morgan Hill, San Martin and surrounding areas with 26 award-winning and historic wineries conveniently accessible to the Silicon Valley. Tasting rooms, wine clubs and special events. *

Shop | Buy

California Farmers’ Markets Association (pg. 45). Eight award-winning local farmers markets. Daly City, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, San Jose– Blossom Hill, Saratoga, La Marche at Santana Row. *

Clover Sonoma (pg. 18). Fresh California organic and natural dairy products since 1946.

New Seasons / New Leaf Markets (inside back cover). Community market and natural grocers, with 19 locations throughout the Bay Area including San Jose and Half Moon Bay. *

Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (pg. 6). Nineteen local certified farmers markets including Belmont, Cupertino–Vallco, Milpitas, Palo Alto VA, Redwood City, San Jose–Alum Rock, Berryessa, Evergreen, Downtown, Kaiser & E. Santa Clara St., Santa Teresa, Santa Clara, San Mateo, South San Francisco. *

Real Good Fish (pg. 6). Sustainable seafood delivered from the local waters of the Pacific Ocean.

Straus Family Creamery (pg. 17). Family owned and operated organic dairy.

Experience | Visit

Blue Rose Music (pg. 24). Spirited Americana music from local legendary artists.

Facebook Festivals (pg. 51 ). Community-building food and fun festivals on the Facebook campus. Open to the public. Festival proceeds benefit local nonprofits. *

Filoli (pg. 5). Owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this Woodside country estate and gardens is dedicated to education and the conservation of the cultural and natural history of the Bay Area. Handcrafted garden products, tours, walking trails and seasonal events. Open to daily visitors and memberships. *

Food Craft Institute (pg. 6). A nonprofit educational institution to train and support artisan food businesses.

Just Add Salt (inside front cover). Memorable culinary experiences for teams, groups and individuals. Classes, recipes and seasonal events. *

Montalvo Arts Center (pg. 38). Home of the historic Villa Montalvo in Saratoga, operating as nonprofit community venue for performing and artistic exhibitions, including culinary arts and seasonal events. *

Peninsula Open Space Trust (pg. 55). Preserving open space and farmlands in and around Silicon Valley. *

Rosewood Sand Hill (pg. 8). Silicon Valley’s premier business and leisure hotel in Menlo Park, and home of Madera restaurant. *

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