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Port Costa Family Style Dining Brings People Together

The winding road to the tiny town of Port Costa is well worth the drive with comfort food, pre-prohibition cocktails and shared dishes at the Bull Valley Roadhouse.

Benicia’s Cultivate Community Food Co-Op

Local grass-roots volunteers are committed to providing Benicia with clean, organic food from sustainable sources, with plans for a brick and mortar store.

Cozy, Warm Hot Chocolate for the Holidays

More than just the occasional sweet treat, hot chocolate makes an upscale comeback, and the perfect holiday indulgence with family and friends.

Wine Tasting Event Supports Benicia Education Foundation

Gift shopping, wine tasting and supporting a good cause merge at the Benicia Clock Tower, November 24, to raise money for local school programs.

Evening of Food and Wine Helps Fund House of Hope

Annual Benicia Sip with Soroptimist event also offers a silent auction, raffle prizes and a cash drawing, all in the spirit of helping women in the community.

Impress Holiday Guests with Alternative Pumpkin Desserts

Up the ante for creative Thanksgiving desserts this year with one of these simple recipes from the chefs at Christie Hill restaurant in Tahoe City.

Benicia Kinder’s Sells to Local Business

An unplanned opportunity arose for owners of Heritage Pantry & Spice, to move across the street and become Crossroads Smokehouse & Deli, combining the two menues into one.

Local Brew Pubs Get Into The Spirit of October

Local Benicia residents have many opportunities to experience Oktoberfest. The closest offering takes place in Concord October 12 and 13 but great Brew Pubs all around the East Bay keep the festivities accessible all month long.

Freshly Baked Bread and Really Good Coffee

Farm & Flour recently opened on First Street, providing a new gathering place for locals to enjoy a toast-based breakfast, specialty coffee, lunch and easy conversation.

The Workshop Serves Po Boys & Beignets with Style

In 2013, a love for NOLA cuisine propelled Danny Glassmaker to start his popular Benicia restaurant. The neighborhood spot offers po boys, beignets & a twist on traditional fare.