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Pacifica’s first brewery closes its doors
Nov 29, 2023 7:27 pm
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By Julia Brown

==I Pedro Point Brewing, which opened as Pacifica's first brewery in March 2018, has permanently closed. Photo courtesy Roberta... More
San Carlos French bistro Cuisinett closes its doors after 12 years in business
Nov 28, 2023 1:37 pm
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By Julia Brown

Cuisinett owner Geoffroy Raby announced the restaurant's closure Saturday. Courtesy Geoffroy Raby.

Cuisinett Bistro... More
Backhaus in Burlingame finally opens for the holiday rush
Nov 24, 2023 2:07 pm
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By Sophia Markoulakis

An assortment of pastries from the new Backhaus bakery in Burlingame. Photo by Sophia Markoulakis.

On Nov.... More
Flavorful food and family are the focus at Big Brothers Burgers in Redwood City
Nov 15, 2023 8:39 pm
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By Edwina Dueñas

==I Big Brothers Burgers serves up freshly grilled angus beef burgers with locally sourced ingredients in the Farm... More
Hobee’s Mountain View location is closing after nearly a half-century in business
Nov 14, 2023 12:07 pm
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By Julia Brown

==I Hobee's, a local restaurant chain known for its breakfasts and signature blueberry coffeecake, is closing its original... More
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