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I love Goshi's. I have been coming here for over 25 years and have always had a fabulous meal. Everything they prepare is amazing, sushi is super fresh and always a variety on the fresh fish board. It is the only authentic Japanese owned and operated sushi bar on the Central Coast. I eat here at least twice a week and look forward to coming every time. Some of my most memorable dining experiences have been at Goshi's. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I had a ticket for a dance recital at Solvang Theater and decided I would have dinner first. I went on-line to see what restaurants were around and I found Aly's Restaurant, right across the street from the theater ... PERFECT! Jenny, my hostess/waitress was awesome. She greeted me with a warm smile that lasted throughout my meal. Richard, the Chef, came out and introduced himself and brought a 'mini' appetizer out for me, along with some sparking wine. I order the Filet Mignon and I have to say it was the best I've ever had. It really did melt in my mouth. I was too full to try their desserts, but I plan on going back for another meal and will maybe try the dessert first :-) MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Time counts at BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse. Since our humble beginnings back in 1978, we've continued to refine our brewhouse experience to make BJ's a place where you can make the most of any meal. We want BJ's to be a place where the moment you leave is the moment you plan on coming back. We pride ourselves in our craft and attention to detail. Our guests come here for our award-winning handcrafted beer. They come here for the Southern California twist we've put on the Chicago-style deep dish pizza. And they come here for our Pizookies®, our world-renowned dessert. But above all we know people come here to make their good times better. So in many ways we haven't just crafted a brand, but a mindset. And our guests are the reason for this. And it's because of them we're continually striving to make sure every moment they choose to spend with us counts. Welcome to BJ's, a restaurant with a Brewhouse soul.More
Serving the Freshest Seafood.
For more than one hundred years, fishing has been a vital part of Monterey’s economy. Monterey’s historic Fisherman’s Wharf with its colorful shops, seafood markets, and flavorful restaurants, is a reflection of that history.
The Big Fish Grill celebrates Monterey’s fishing tradition and enjoys the Wharf's most expansive, panoramic views of the working harbor.
We are open for lunch, brunch, and dinner, or stop by and enjoy a cocktail and our stunning views at the restaurant’s bar and lounge.
Our ambiance is casual California and it’s suitable for visitors of all ages. Stop by and see for yourself. You’ll be glad you did.
We believe in good conversation, comforting food, and a drink list that highlights some of the best winemakers and local ingredients around. Whether you're enjoying an overnight stay at Skyview or just moseying through town, Norman offers a unique and satisfying menu every day of the week.
This is a space to gather with your favorite people for brunch, cozy into a dimly lit corner booth for dinner, or order your favorite dish poolside as the weather is always looking up here in Los Alamos.More
Discover California Central Coast
The California Central Coast is home to beautiful beaches, and it is also a major source of fresh seafood for local restaurants. Enjoy a locally caught Cajun-style Albacore tuna steak, panko-crusted and topped with wasabi coleslaw and sliced avocado. Elsewhere, you may prefer the halibut, which is in season year-round in the area and guaranteed to be fresh. Order it lightly cooked in lemon and butter, sauteed in wine, butter, garlic, and capers and served over pasta or with potatoes. The coast has more than seafood, as residents and visitors can relish a California beet salad made with sliced beets over butter lettuce and liberally sprinkled goat cheese dressed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil.