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El Pajaro CDC Celebrates 40th anniversary with Tacos & Tapas Fundraising party in Watsonville on Oct. 25

Sponsorships Now Available Event Expands to Three Food Trucks and 22 Food Partners

Watsonville, CA, September 10, 2019 – To celebrate 40 years of helping local entrepreneurs reach their small business dreams, El Pajaro Community Development Corporation is throwing its second Tacos & Tapas fundraising party on Oct. 25 in Watsonville.

The 40th anniversary celebration will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, at El Pajaro CDC’s Kitchen Incubator located at 412 East Riverside Drive in Watsonville.

The food-and-drink party will feature 22 food purveyors, all Kitchen Incubator entrepreneurs, including for the first time three food trucks. Purveyors will serve a variety of different regional foods, including tacos, tamales, tapas, sushi, pizza, sausages, pies and tarts, and more. Margaritas and sangria will be offered, in addition to wine and beer.

“It’s a celebration of a very strong legacy of passion for helping the community by supporting entrepreneurship,” said Carmen Herrera-Mansir, executive director of El Pajaro CDC. “We’re grateful for everyone who has played a role in helping us grow during the past four decades.”

A recently updated list of food partners (along with their menus) include:

• Artisan Hand Foods. Handmade sausage (Cumberland sausage, classic and spicy) wrapped in puff pastry. Three pastry snacks — chicken leek, lamb curry and spinach, artichoke and mushroom.

• Borinken Goodies. Traditional Puerto Rican food: Tostones con cerdo (fried plantains topped with roasted pork, avocado aioli and fresh tomatoes); majado de viandas con bacalao (mashed root vegetables with codfish; coquito (traditional drink with coconut milk).

• Cuevas Express Foods. Tamales, chicken in green sauce, pork in red sauce and veggies with jalapeños and cheese, all topped with cheese, sour cream and salsa, and a side of veggie stew.

• Dos Hermanos Pupuseria (food truck). Pupusas: bean and cheese; bean, cheese and pork; and vegetarian (spinach, zucchini and cheese).

• Easypreps. Chicken Thai noodles with peanut sauce, carrots and black sesame seeds; ceviche cocktail, lemon juice, tomatoes, onions and cilantro, garnished with fresh cucumber.

• El Nopalito Produce. Caprese skewers with grilled nopales, tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese, drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper.

• Fired up (food truck). Pizzas, baked in a wood-fired oven — margherita, parzola, and chicken with chipotle pesto.

• Hakouya. Sushi roll with cucumber, avocado and imitation crab; tofu pockets stuffed with sushi rice, egg, snow peas and pickled ginger; each served with soy sauce and miso dressing.

• Hiccuping Dragon. Bite-sized, kid-friendly hot dogs: Cheesy Bavarian, Polish dog, all-beef hot dogs with toppings.

• Il Biscotto. Handmade Italian cannoli filled with sweet orange-ricotta cheese.

• Mary’s Fruit Tarts. Fresh, homemade crust filled with cream cheese and fresh, seasonal fruit.

• My Mom’s Mole. Tacos, handmade blue-corn tortillas with roasted veggies or chicken and mole sauce, verde or traditional.

• Percy’s Pies. Gourmet Louisiana-style sweet potato pies — original, ginger snap, coffee liqueur and praline.

• Ronda Paella y Tapas. Offering the real flavor of Spain: Paella mixta (seafood, chicken, pork and Spanish chorizo), tortilla Española (Spanish omelette), fried tapas (ham croquettes, stuffed mussel shell) and Pisto (Spanish ratatouille).

• Rooster Ridge Farm. Locally grown, cured olives served with cheese.

• Splendid Blended. Wholesome ingredients mixed to create the perfect blend; dark chocolate spice and cinnamon banana flavors.

• Sunvalley Farm. Cactus and kale salad with tomatoes, jalapeños, cilantro with a lemon juice vinaigrette.

• That Garlic Stuff. Beef meatballs with red sauce, Parmesan cheese, drizzled with “that garlic stuff.”

• The Ballesteros Catering Co. Tacos al pastor with chorizo and deep-fried, beer-battered mushrooms with the fixings.

• The Green Waffle. New grain-free, coconut-chia waffle, toasted and topped with fresh, local, seasonal berries. All other varieties available for sale during the event.

• Unique Sweets. Strawberry shortcake drizzled with chocolate-raspberry flavored balsamic vinegar.

• Yoli’s Adobo. Beef and chicken tacos marinated on Yoli’s adobo sauce and vegetarian green pozole.

Sponsors of the event include: Santa Cruz County Bank, Santa Cruz Community Credit Union, Salud Para La Gente,Union Bank, Bernardus, Scheid Vineyards, Apple City Cider, Kong’s Burger & Café, Elkhorn Slough Brewery, Mechanics Bank (formerly Rabobank).

El Pajaro CDC is proud to welcome Edible Monterey Bay as its Media Sponsor.

Tickets are $65 per person through Sept. 30. Tickets will be the full price of $75 during October leading up to the event and, if available, at the door for $75. Sponsorship opportunities to help cover the cost of the event are also available.

Ticket price includes:

Admission plus 5 Tickets for food and or drinks.

Additional food/drink tickets can be acquired at the event.

Tickets are available at https://tacosandtapas2019.eventbrite.com

Stay tuned for details on our special auction! Details announced in October!

About Pajaro CDC

In 1979, El Pájaro CDC was formed following widespread community support of under-represented Latino and Spanish-speaking business owners in Watsonville. For 40 years El Pajaro has helped budding entrepreneurs throughout the Central Coast by offering technical, legal, financial and managerial assistance.

“If you give someone an opportunity it can change lives, and lead to generations of success,” said Carmen Hererra-Mansir, executive director of El Pajaro CDC. “To see a journey from farmworker to entrepreneur — many started that way when they came to us — is so rewarding.”

El Pájaro CDC offers a wide range of assistance, including low-cost and often free bilingual business education and training workshops to low-income entrepreneurs. Workshops cover business plan preparation, marketing and sales, customer service, bookkeeping, computer basics, business management, and financial literacy.

In 1997, El Pajaro Plaza Vigil a retail business incubator at 23 Beach St. in downtown Watsonville was created to assist low- to moderate-income, Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs with starting and operating a successful business.

Plaza Vigil houses dozens of businesses, with another 44 food purveyors using the separate Commercial Kitchen Incubator Program, a fully equipped, shared-use facility at 412 Riverside Drive.

Following a charter expansion in 2007, El Pájaro CDC serves Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito counties. Bilingual and bicultural services, business development services and training are available to anyone with plans to open or expand a small business in the region.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.elpajarocdc.org/

Goodwill Central Coast inspires Halloween costume seekers with ‘Addams Family’ theme

Goodwill Central Coast, for decades a local treasure trove for Halloween costume inspiration, has announced a special finger-snapping theme for the year’s spookiest day.

Salinas, CA, September 09, 2019 – Goodwill Central Coast, for decades a local treasure trove for Halloween costume inspiration, has announced a special finger-snapping theme for the year’s spookiest day.

Goodwill brings back the silly vibe of “The Addams Family,” the beloved American horror and black comedy sitcom from the 1960s. Featuring a theme song punctuated by finger snaps, “The Addams Family” brought to life a hilarious cast of misfits, including husband-and-wife Gomez and Morticia, their butler Lurch and even a disembodied hand called Thing.

Each year finding the right costume at a price that is not downright scary can prove to be a daunting task. Not at Goodwill Central Coast, with 16 outlets to help provide DIY inspiration — from Uncle Fester to Cousin Itt.

And don’t forget your pets. Find inspiration in the curious lineup of “Addams Family” household animals, including Kitty Kat the lion, Aristotle the octopus, Zelda the vulture, Isolde the piranha, and Lucifer the lizard.

Goodwill invites everyone to support their community by shopping at a Goodwill store, or by simply donating gently-used clothing and household items. Each donation helps Goodwill’s cause to help empower people to work and setting them on a path to financial independence. Donations also help preserve the Central Coast landscape by diverting millions of pounds from landfills.

From home pick-ups to potential tax write offs, Goodwill makes donating as easy as possible. Find out more at www.ccgoodwill.org.

About Goodwill Central Coast

Goodwill Central Coast, a private 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, began in 1928 in the city of Santa Cruz and today has expanded into three counties: Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo. Goodwill Central Coast now employs nearly 600 people, including employment training professionals, sales personnel, donation center attendants, warehouse and distribution workers, and administrators. Its programs strengthen communities by improving job growth, the lives of individuals and families, and the health of our environment. Each year Goodwill assists more than 10,000 job seekers get back to work and reclaim financial and personal independence. Goodwill provides a positive working and learning environment that creates brighter futures through connecting people to meaningful work.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.ccgoodwill.org

Twisted Roots Wine branches off into creating crisp, refreshing hard cider Naturally Low in sugar, carbs

Winemaker Josh Ruiz insists he began bottling hard cider out of necessity. So naturally, he believes it’s necessary that we drink it.

Carmel Valley, CA, September 09, 2019 – Winemaker Josh Ruiz insists he began bottling hard cider out of necessity. So naturally, he believes it’s necessary that we drink it.

The longtime owner and vintner at Twisted Roots Wine has branched out (literally) into fermented apples, culminating in the birth of Twisted Roots Hard Cider.

Ruiz and his wife Julie sensed a growing market for a light, crisp, easy-drinking cider — once a favored beverage in colonial America until Prohibition destroyed the industry. Hard cider has exploded in growth in the U.S. over the past few years, buoyed by an adventurous, health-conscious younger set, and the fact that cider (unlike beer) is gluten-free.

The couple spent time researching the cider culture in England, and found that it varied greatly depending on the region, the weather and the fruit, just like wine.

They wanted to create the antithesis of a typical American cider that is often over-carbonated and sweet — something Ruiz called “candy apple ciders.”

“People were ready for something else, especially those who love our wines.”

So they created Twisted Roots Hard Cider, a light, crisp beverage that is low in sugar and carbs — “something clean, simple and refreshing.”

Twisted Roots uses a combination of five fresh apple varieties, each of which add unique elements to the finished product:

Golden Russets enhance the bouquet and aromatics, and contribute complexity and fruit flavor

Granny Smiths add tannic structure and tartness, adding to the mouthfeel

Galas help deliver a clean, refreshing finish

Fuji’s lend just the right amount of sweetness

Red Delicious bring rich mouth-feel and a distinctly apple aromatic quality

Twisted Roots Hard Cider has 6 percent alcohol, and a 22-ounce serving contains only 140 calories. For Ruiz, the beauty of making a hard cider without high amounts of sugar and carbohydrates?

You can drink more of it!

Tastings of Twisted Roots Hard Cider are available at the wine tasting room in Carmel Valley, 12 Del Fino Place, 93924. For information or to purchase bottles online, visit www.twistedrootshardcider.com or call 831- 594-8282.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.twistedrootshardcider.com

Knuckles Sports Bar unveils new menu Highlighted by the All-American Favorite Chicken wings

Americans chowed down on 1.23 billion chicken wings while celebrating Super Bowl Sunday last season.

Monterey, CA, September 06, 2019 – Americans chowed down on 1.23 billion chicken wings while celebrating Super Bowl Sunday last season. When it comes to big games and the most popular protein on the planet, Knuckles Sports Bar inside Hyatt Regency Monterey pairs them perfectly.

The spicy, sticky snack highlights the eclectic new menu at Knuckles, voted Monterey’s favorite sports bar for 16 straight years.

Invented in the 1960s at Anchor Bar in Buffalo, N.Y., hot wings have become a national phenomenon, and Knuckles has raised the bar while lowering the price.

Prepared four ways — with All-American Hot Sauce, Smoked Habanero Peach Sauce, Summer BBQ Sauce or Pedro’s “AY Chihuahua” Sauce — Knuckles offers Happy Hour wings for just $1 each.

With those bargain prices, guests can easily enjoy a few dozen, or try to break the world record (444 wings in 26 minutes), set at the 2015 Wing Bowl (the world championship of wing eating).

The new Knuckles menu goes far deeper than wings, of course. From Ultimate Nachos to House-made Pretzel Sticks to Steak Frites, there is something for everyone at this family-friendly sports bar.

Burger fans will enjoy a wide range of options, from Knuckles’ famous Surf & Turf Burger (Strauss grass-fed beef, tarragon aioli, and butter-poached crab and lobster) to the conventional Brass Knuckles Burger with smoked cheddar. Or be bold with a Muay Thai Spiced Turkey Burger with cucumber, pickled onions and mint.

When it comes to hand-held favorites, don’t forget tacos. Knuckles prepares them with either crispy shrimp, shredded chicken or beef — served with toppings of shredded cabbage, pico de gallo and chipotle aioli. Or how about a Fried Chicken “Sammie” with coleslaw, pickles, jalapeños and red onions?

Vegetarians will love a wide array of options, including Tomato, Avocado & Quinoa Salad (with roasted corn and cilantro vinaigrette), Marinated Portobello Sandwich (with provolone, arugula, roasted tomato and pesto aioli), or Tofu Poke Rice Bowl (with quinoa, avocado, tomato, cucumber and sesame soy sauce).

Knuckles doesn’t slouch when it comes to a proper sit-down meal, either, offering entrees featuring Seared Salmon with Grilled Asparagus and Roasted Marble Potatoes, or Grilled Petaluma Farms Chicken Breast with Honey-Stung Brussels Sprouts.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/california/hyatt-regency-monterey-hotel-and-spa-on-del-monte-golf-course/mrydm/dining

Holiday Shopping just got easier as Sweets of Eden offers Unique Online Gift packs of Old-fashioned, Slow-cooked, Small-batch, Hand-wrapped Caramels

Sweet family memories gave Susanne McBride the inspiration to launch a career as a micro-confectioner.

Spreckels, CA, September 05, 2019 — Sweet family memories gave Susanne McBride the inspiration to launch a career as a micro-confectioner. Now her business Sweets of Eden makes it easy to sweeten anyone’s holiday by offering convenient online gift purchases of her famous hand-wrapped, small-batch caramels.

Previously sold only at pop-up events and through third-party outlets, McBride’s caramels — patterned after her mother’s coveted family recipe — can now be purchased online at www.sweetsofeden.net.

Just in time for the holidays, Sweets of Eden has created unique edible tri-gift packs (in three separate flavors) that are sold either in Mason jars ($27) or cellophane bags ($25).

Along with her daughter Kate Brown and their combined families, McBride started Sweets of Eden in 2016. McBride began making the creamy treats 30 years ago after remembering her mother’s caramels, a family recipe that was lost a decade before. She modified the recipe, and while not exactly the same as her mother’s, it was a hit and brought back fond memories.

The caramels are all made by hand, slow-cooked in small batches and individually wrapped. Making up to 20 pounds of caramels per week, Sweets of Eden has launched different flavors. Starting with vanilla, they soon expanded and now produce up to more than 15 flavors seasonally, including sea salt, apple pie, coffee, pumpkin, peppermint, raspberry, root beer, green apple, orange creamsicle, passionfruit, lemon, cinnamon and licorice. All are gluten free and dye free. The family is testing out several new flavors, including chai, hot spicy caramel and vegan and sugar-free versions. They never lack for volunteers for the taste testing. The maker’s favorite? McBride says: “The last batch made is always the favorite until the next batch is made.”

McBride is a third-generation Monterey County resident — her family has been in the area since the 1870s. Both McBride and Brown have full-time jobs, but love to step into the kitchen and stir the pot. As for how the name of the company was created, well, it just made sense. “We are surrounded by Steinbeck and it clicked. There is a sweet history here and we are going to include it.”

Sweets of Eden

(831) 783-5566

sweetsofeden831@gmail.com

https://sweetsofeden.net

https://www.facebook.com/pg/sweetsofeden/

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

https://www.sweetsofeden.net

Indian Spiritual Guide Shreekalp to Hold One-on-One Spiritual Meetings in September 2019 at Hyatt Regency Monterey

“Three qualities that identify a true human life, Love which is Truth, Happiness is in Purity and Knowledge with Consciousness.” — Shreekalp

Monterey, CA, September 04, 2019 — Companion guide and spiritual mentor Shreekalp from India will be holding 90-minute one-on-one spiritual meetings Sept. 13-15, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey.

Shreekalp has been helping people across the globe to lead a fulfilled life filled with love, knowledge and happiness. Through his gifted clairvoyance Sheekalp has been a guiding mentor to help enlighten souls and awaken individual consciousness.

“In Conversation With Shreekalp” is a one-on-one spiritual meeting with Shreekalp where he listens to you individually and guides you to lead a blissful life filled with love, happiness and knowledge.

The one-on-one sessions will be held Friday-Sunday, Sept. 13, 14 and 15, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Monterey, 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey. Cost is $200. Light refreshments and snacks are offered before and after the meeting.

Email gaikwadsamit@gmail.com or call (917) 399-7899 to reserve a spot.

The related Divine Harmony Retreat being held at the same time at the Hyatt Regency Monterey is sold out.

About Shreekalp

Shreekalp is an established companion guide and spiritual mentor. He is a writer, philosopher and a visionary who understands the holistic and spiritual aspects of different ideologies.

Shreekalp has an ability to understand human emotions and has art to visualize energy patterns of people. Based on that he can suggest how to maintain energy with in a person, and how to develop it for giving a meaning to the individual life. He has creativity to tailor expectations, dreams, goals and views; he can even customize them as per the interest of the individual.

Shreekalp had interest in spirituality from an early childhood and gives spiritual guidance and discourses. In his companionship one can experience love, knowledge and happiness of mankind to do spiritual celebration of life. Along with his spiritual interest Shreekalp has love for social activities for uplifting the under-privileged people of the society.

About Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel& Spa on Del Monte Golf Course

Nestled in 22 acres of soaring Monterey Pines, the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa on Del Monte Golf Course is a destination resort providing the discerning traveler the quintessential Monterey experience. Its location offers guests close proximity to downtown Monterey and Monterey Airport and easy access to some of the Peninsula’s most well known attractions. With its warm, contemporary ambiance, elegant furnishings and convenient amenities, the hotel offers both leisure and business travelers a Northern California respite of unmatched serenity and comfort. Features include 550 guestrooms including 32 suites, and the President’s house, TusCA Restaurant, Knuckles Sports Bar, Fireplace Lounge, a 2,000 square foot fitness facility, tennis courts, pools and whirlpools. The hotel is located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey, California. For information call (831) 372-1234 or visit http://www.hyattregencymonterey.com/.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.hyattregencymonterey.com/

A Fisherman’s Wharf Original, Abalonetti Bar & Grill Honors Locals with Specially Priced Daily Menu

One of Monterey’s original restaurants on Fisherman’s Wharf, Abalonetti Bar & Grill rolls out the red carpet for locals, offering a specially priced menu.

Monterey, CA, September 02, 2019 – One of Monterey’s original restaurants on Fisherman’s Wharf, Abalonetti Bar & Grill rolls out the red carpet for locals, offering a specially priced menu.

Combine that with two hours free parking courtesy of the City of Monterey, and it’s one sweet deal of a meal.

Offered daily at lunch or dinner, the menu includes a wide variety of entrees:

  • Mile-High Meatloaf (roasted garlic mashed potatoes, crispy onion tangles, mushroom gravy and fresh vegetables), $10.95.
  • Grilled Calamari Steak (Italian breadcrumb crust served with roasted-garlic mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables), $10.95.
  • Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Breast (sundried tomatoes, capers and white wine sauce, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables), $10.95.
  • Italian Sausage Penne Pasta (tossed with roasted peppers, sweet onions and Sicilian marinara), $10.95.
  • Flame-broiled Pork Loin Chop (marinated in herbs and spices, served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables), $10.95.
  • Fresh Catch of the Day (grilled salmon fillet or sand dabs served with rice and fresh vegetables), $12.95.

The special allows diners to add a glass of house Chardonnay, Cabernet, White Zinfandel or 12-oz. draft beer for an additional $3.99.

For more information visit www.abalonetti.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.abalonetti.com

Big Fish Grill on Fisherman’s Wharf Celebrates Fishing Heritage and Locals with Value-priced Menu

Big Fish Grill celebrates the bounty of Monterey Bay — along with the proud folks who call this region home — with a specially priced, seafood-laden locals menu.

Monterey, CA, September 02, 2019 — Big Fish Grill celebrates the bounty of Monterey Bay — along with the proud folks who call this region home — with a specially priced, seafood-laden locals menu.

Available weekdays for lunch or dinner, each entree is priced at $13.95 and includes either the restaurant’s famous clam chowder or mixed green salad. Diners can enjoy a glass of house Chardonnay, Cabernet or draft beer for $3.99 more.

For more than 100 years, fishing has been a vital part of the local economy. The Big Fish Grill celebrates that tradition and boasts the Wharf’s most expansive, panoramic views of the working harbor.

The following entrees are currently available on the Locals Menu:

  • Grilled Salmon Fillet (roasted-garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed vegetables, lemon-caper sauce).
  • Panko-Crusted Chicken Breast Piccata (roasted-garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed vegetables).
  • Pan-Seared Pacific Rockfish (sauteed vegetables, garlic-mashed potatoes, lemon-caper sauce).
  • Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs (beef, pork and veal in a hearty marinara).
  • Seafood Pasta Fettuccine (fresh-caught fish, shrimp and mushrooms sauteed in garlic and white wine).
  • Charbroiled Center-Cut Pork Chop (sautéed spinach, kale and bacon, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, wild mushroom sauce).
  • Grilled West Coast Sand Dabs (sautéed vegetables, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, lemon-caper sauce).

For more information visit www.bigfishgrillmonterey.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.bigfishgrillmonterey.com

The Whaling Station offers the most Comprehensive Bar Menu on the Monterey Peninsula

Gathering around the horseshoe-shaped bar at the iconic Whaling Station has become a repeat habit for locals and tourists alike.

Monterey, CA, September 02, 2019 — Gathering around the horseshoe-shaped bar at the iconic Whaling Station has become a repeat habit for locals and tourists alike.

This year the internationally acclaimed steakhouse celebrates five decades of tradition, starting with USDA Prime cuts of America’s finest beef. But the action is not limited to the comfortable dining room. The Whaling Station offers a lively cocktail scene that begins shaking daily at 5 p.m. — while offering the most comprehensive bar menu anywhere.

From prime rib egg rolls to its famous open-faced steak sandwich, the Station’s bar has its own menu and its own loyal following, with drink specials and lively conversation served nightly.

Try the Slow-Braised Prime Beef Short Rib with Bourbon Barbecue Sauce, Pan-Fried Sand Dabs with Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Citrus Beurre Blanc, and Sauteed Spinach, or perhaps the Station’s iconic Caesar Salad with Garlicky-Anchovy Dressing.

The Whaling Station brings classic cocktails up a notch, from its signature Manhattan (12-year, small-batch George Dickel, Amarena Cherry Liqueur) to its Rob Roy (15-year Dimple Pinch Scotch, sweet vermouth, burnt lemon rind).

Come experience Monterey’s prime destination restaurant, right in the heart of Cannery Row.

For more information, visit www.thewhalingstation.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.thewhalingstation.com

The Beach House Sunset Menu could very well be the Greatest Dining Value in the History of Mankind

When a restaurant promotes “the greatest dining value in the history of mankind,” it had better deliver on that promise.

Pacific Grove, CA, September 02, 2019 – When a restaurant promotes “the greatest dining value in the history of mankind,” it had better deliver on that promise. But much like the enchanting panoramic views from the dining room perched along Monterey Bay, the daily Sunset Specials Menu at The Beach House at Lovers Point comes exactly as advertised.

Offered daily from 4-5:30 p.m., the special menu includes a myriad of entrees — from a Charbroiled Pork Chop to Bacon-wrapped Meatloaf — for just $9.90. Upgrade to Panko-Sand Dabs Almondine (with wild rice pilaf, blue lake green beans, dried cranberries, toasted almonds, lemon beurre blanc) for $11.90. Or choose Grilled Salmon Fillet (wild rice pilaf, sautéed spinach, lemon beurre blanc) for $12.90.

The Sunset Specials Menu also offers the restaurant’s famous Firecracker Shrimp appetizer for $5, and allows diners to add a cup of soup, house or Caesar salad, glass of wine or Lovers Point Amber Ale (on draft) for just $3.90 more.

It’s all part of the landmark restaurant’s commitment to providing casual California cuisine that is fresh, flavorful and innovative, yet affordable.

The relaxed setting features a full bar, heated outdoor patio and plenty of window seats.

For more information, visit www.beachhousepg.com.

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

http://www.beachhousepg.com