Here is some inspiration in the form of pre-1900 machines being made to make Victorian hard candy.
Up your basic coffee game with a little bit of latte foam art.
Article by: Fleur Williams, originally posted at Bizarre Bay Get ready to sip and stroll by the ocean this weekend – the popular Capitola Art & Wine Festival returns to the Monterey Bay for its 35th year. Distinguished by its charming beachside setting and non-stop activities, the annual Art & Wine Festival offers free admission to a […]
Downtown Santa Cruz is a hub of commerce, culture and food. While the main drag is on Pacific Avenue, one would be remiss if you didn’t peel off into the side streets. How else would you find the Downtown Santa Cruz Farmers Market? Downtown Santa Cruz Farmers Market Run by Santa Cruz Community Farmers’ Market, […]
Westside Santa Cruz Farmers Market On the outskirts of Santa Cruz’s Westside is an industrial area housing businesses, restaurants and wineries. The area is quiet and tame compared to downtown and the wharf. But each Sunday, the droll hum of cars passing along Highway 1 is punctuated by the sounds of children laughing. One of […]
Live Oak market brings energy without the large crowds Locals know the Live Oak Farmers Market as a neighborhood staple. Organizers know it as one of the largest and oldest in its lineup. Santa Cruz Community Farmers’ Market started the Live Oak location in 2000. Surrounded by residential homes, local grocery stores and other small […]
The Aptos Farmers Market is pushing past middle-age into its golden years. At 41 years old, the market holds the title as the longest running farmers market in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Far from the hub of downtown Santa Cruz and the culture of Watsonville, the farmers market is nestled in the hills of […]