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Find all of your favorite American classics at Malone's Grande Grille, a casual restaurant. Whether you are looking for a healthy or gluten-free meal, you can find both at Malone's Grande Grille. Toast your evening out at Malone's Grande Grille with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — Malone's Grande Grille has kid-friendly food and seating. Enjoy discounted food and drinks at Malone's Grande Grille's happy hour. Access the Internet free of charge via Malone's Grande Grille's complimentary wifi. Malone's Grande Grille offers patio seating in the warmer months. At Malone's Grande Grille, your large or small party can easily enjoy a meal. The restaurant has ample room for dancing, and patrons can be seen jamming out on the floor. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. Catering from Malone's Grande Grille will take your party to the next level. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Patrons have access to free parking in the neighboring lot. It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Malone's Grande Grille for a great bite. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
4402 Scotts Valley Dr
Scotts Valley,
CA
US
At Roudon-Smith Winery, winemakers surrounded by unique murals create barrels of rich reds and refreshing white wines using high-quality grapes from the Santa Cruz Mountains and other regions of California. Whether crafting an elegant pinot noir or a richly colored zinfandel, the winemakers follow a philosophy of minimal intervention, seeking to preserve the essential qualities of the fruit.
2364 Bean Creek Rd
Scotts Valley,
CA
US
Situated atop the lapping waves of Monterey Bay, Paradise Beach Grille combines upscale island cuisine with stunning waterfront views of Soquel Creek and Capitola Beach. Local, seasonal vegetables abut flavorful entrees from Paradise’s menu, such as the sugar and spice salmon paired with champagne mustard burre blanc ($22) and the Haleakala lava flow prawns sauteed in pinot grigio ($26). An extensive wine list complements island-inspired taste notes, and Paradise’s on-the-water location and outdoor seating means you can watch the world float by on its spherical boogie board until a jellyfish swims too close or its fingerlakes start to prune.
215 Esplanade
Capitola,
CA
US
After a day of playing beach volleyball and paddleboarding, beachgoers can head to Margaritaville for a bite to eat and a cool drink. The oceanside patio is the perfect place to nibble on bacon-wrapped prawns, Baja burgers, and slow-cooked tri-tip sandwiches while watching the sun set over California?s first seaside resort town and listening to live music. Casual coastal cuisine pairs well with Margaritaville's extensive collection of tequilas, organic margaritas, and mai tais. Or there's always the breakfast bloody mary made with a quarter pound of vodka, an assortment of garnishes, and leafy celery stalks.
231 Esplanade
Capitola,
CA
US
Rosie McCann's specializes in twists on traditional Irish fare, tweaking classic Celtic dishes and drinks in a traditional pub setting. The menu showcases plates of irish nachos, sliced spuds slathered in jack and cheddar cheeses, olives, fresh salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and jalape?os. The Americanized version of shepherd's pie simmers grass-fed Humboldt beef and vegetables in a rich irish stock before adding a helmet of mashed potatoes au gratin. Heftier appetites can get satisfaction with bangers & mash, a Celtic take on the English classic, that douses irish sausages and garlic mashed potatoes in Guinness gravy. 10 premium imports or 4 microbrews stand ready on tap, and malt mixologists also pour specialty beer drinks such as the Black Velvet, a whistle-whetting blend of Blackthorn hard apple cider and Guinness. The dining room echoes the colors of the Irish flag, with burnt-red walls and bright-green stained-glass windows. Guests can cozy up in plush booth seats bedecked in plaid and gaze at glass chandeliers that hang from the ceilings as they sip on mimosas or savor lunch and brunch fare.
1220 Pacific Ave
Santa Cruz,
CA
US
Winner of the Santa Cruz Weekly 2013 Gold Award for Best Dance Club and Best Fancy Cocktails, Motiv expertly slings tapas-style eats and a wide selection of drinks in a lively lounge space. Tucked along Pacific Avenue and Pearl Alley in a stucco building with a corrugated-tin roof and flowering window boxes, Motiv’s serene Old World–exterior belies its energetic dance floor, sleek wooden bar downstairs, and intimate restaurant-lounge upstairs. Half pound grass-fed burgers, skirt steak dinners and Jorge's famous tacos populate the shareable menu, and top-shelf liquors are mixed into specialty cocktails. Nightly live music delivered by a stable of DJs encourages diners to extend evenings by shaking a leg or showing off neon puffy-paint monograms under the colorful disco lights.
1209 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz,
CA
US
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