French Press Frenzy

November 28, 2018

While coffee lovers agree that their daily morning jolt is a necessity, there’s still some debate as to how to brew the perfect cup. For many, the only way to caffeinate is with a French Press. Lovers of this method adore the simple process: steep […]

Get Your Greek On at Go Falafel’s New Storefront

November 28, 2018

Lovers of street grub know the struggle of having to track down their favorite food trucks. So, fans of Go Falafel Greek Food can rejoice—this beloved Mediterranean dining option now has a permanent location! With vegetarian and vegan options, in addition to their beef, chicken, […]

Cutie Pies!

November 28, 2018

Delicious, warm, and perfectly portable, the appropriately named cutie pies from Corner Scone Bakery are the ideal sweet treat for winter weather. Don’t be fooled by their small size—they pack quite a punch, flavor wise! Everything at Corner Scone Bakery is made from scratch, and […]

Christmas Chocolates

November 28, 2018

A Roundup of Treats at Ghirardelli’s Lathrop is home to its very own San Francisco-inspired candy land. Located right off i-5, Ghirardelli’s serves some of the sweetest treats San Joaquin offers, from Christmas-themed goodies to decadent ice cream sundaes. The extensive menu makes it easy […]

On the Town

Meet the Maker: Melissa Robles

November 28, 2018

Weibel Family Winery. How’d you get started? After completing the winemaking certificate program at UC Davis, I worked as a lab tech at a large winery. I held that position for one year before becoming an assistant winemaker—which I did for 5 years before becoming the […]

McKenzie Vineyards

November 28, 2018

A Wine of Their Own It’s hard to imagine that an Orthopedic Surgeon would have the time or desire to craft fine wines, but that’s exactly what Thomas McKenzie of McKenzie Vineyards does. With six generations of farmers and winemakers in his family, you could […]

Behind the Knife

November 28, 2018

Jose Nunez of Waterloo Loyalty is a rare commodity in the restaurant business. But sometimes you meet a chef who is just that. Jose Nunez, Executive Chef at The Waterloo, is celebrating his 20th year with the dining spot famous for their BBQ ribs and […]

Dining With Family

November 28, 2018

Stockton’s Newest ‘Kitchen’ Rings the Dinner Bell Tucked away into the corner of West Lane and Bianchi, you’ll find the restaurant known as Kitchen at Stonebrier. The first thing that strikes you will probably be its name—if every restaurant has a kitchen by default, what’s […]

SJ City Guide

Christmas in Solvang

November 28, 2018

Eleven months out of the year Solvang operates as the Danish capital of America. Windmills reminiscent of those found in Denmark, Tudor-styled buildings, and statues that nod to fable writer Hans Christian Anderson transport visitors to another world. In December, Solvang transforms itself into a […]

Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

November 28, 2018

7 Ways to Warm Your Home this Holiday Season Winter is officially upon us and temperatures are dropping but fear not! There are several ways you can keep the heat from leaving your home! Over the next few pages, take a peek at our list […]

At-Risk

November 28, 2018

An Inside Look at the Children’s Home of Stockton For countless at-risk youth and their families, the Children’s Home of Stockton (CHS) is and has been nothing short of a godsend. The stately complex of burgundy brick buildings on Pilgrim Street in Downtown Stockton has […]

Winter Warmups

November 28, 2018

Your Guide to Some of San Joaquin’s Most Cozy Drinks Whether you’re looking for a drink to perk you up or chill you out, these local spots will have just what you need to keep you warm throughout the winter months. Dulce de Leche Latte […]

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