This Valentine’s Day weekend, participating San Diego-area Wendy’s are buttering up their fans to spend time with their favorite “honey” by enjoying a
FREE* Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit breakfast sandwich.
This offer has no strings attached (other than heart strings). Take this filet as a tender display of Wendy’s affection for brand fans.
From Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14 during breakfast hours
Wendy’s lovers can set a date with a FREE Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit at participating San Diego-area restaurants. No purchase required and while supplies last.
100+ participating San Diego-area Wendy’s restaurants. To find your closest Wendy’s San Diego location, visit: https://locations.wendys.com.
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J Vineyard offers a variety of sparkling, white and red wines; and aims to be synonymous with Russian River Valley excellence. They source their grapes from several vineyards through Russian River, Mount Saint Helena and along the ridges of the Pacific Ocean.
Today we tasted their Cuvee 20 and J Brut Rose’.
J Vineyards’ flagship sparkler — Cuvee 20 — has an online reputation as a top performer in the non-vintage California vertical. It’s one of the best representatives of classic California sparkling wine.
This creamy wine is packed with fresh apple, pear, brown butter, apricot, and floral notes. Complex and sweet. It’s a lush kiss of California dreams.
It’s fun, light and crisp. A perfect treat all summer-long and perfect pairing for opening light appetizers over the holidays.
J Brut Rose
A pour from J Vineyards Brut Rose reveals coral color and thousands of very fine small bubbles. Your mouth is greeted with strawberry, apple, raspberry and a slight minerality of chalk. A dry, crisp end that leaves you ready for the next sip. If you’re looking to pair, easily enjoy it with shrimp cocktail or smoked salmon.
From these samples, J Vineyards creates incredible wines. I’m excited to try more from their list.
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By Elizabeth Delphin — 4 years ago
Owner and Executive Chef Giacomino Drago invites you to come celebrate their amore on Valentine’s Day at Panzanella Ristorante in Sherman Oaks!
Begin this elegant evening in a warm and welcoming atmosphere where the staff always ensures a treasured experience.
There will be a Festa di San Valentino Specials Menu offered alongside Panzanella Ristorante’s Traditional Dinner Menu featuring many delicious dishes to be shared.
Begin this festival of love with the Polpette Di Granchio, crab cakes with arugula, baby friseé, tomato, caramelized onions, and roasted bell peppers, or try the Bresaola Carpaccio, a dry cured beef served with arugula, olive oil, lemon dressing, and shaved Parmesan from the Antipasti section.
Pizze always keep the romance alive, so enjoy he Bianca Con Prosciutto E Arugula topped with fresh mozzarella, arugula and San Daniele prosciutto, or indulge in any of the delicious Pasta selections such as the Raviolini Ai Funghi, homemade ravioli filled with mushrooms and served with a truffle cheese fondue, or the Risotto Di Carmela a Tribute to Mamma prepared with carnaroli rice and porcini mushrooms.
To commemorate this special occasion, the Branzino Alla Griglia is a delight for the eyes served with a salmoriglio sauce, and mixed vegetables.
Panzanella Ristorante’s Panna Cotta and Sorbet are each truly unmatched and add the perfect sweet ending to this celebratory evening!
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Panzanella Ristorante will be open on Valentine’s Day, Friday, February 14th, 2020 from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm; 14928 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; 818.784.4400;www.PanzanellaRistoranteBar.comPost Views: 0
By Diane Borget — 3 years ago
No trick-or-treating, no parties, no carnivals, no festivals.
Just a few of the Halloween traditions put on hold this year in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“Door-to-door trick-or-treating is not allowed…
…because it can be very difficult to maintain proper social distancing especially in neighborhoods that are popular with trick or treaters,” the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said in its recently released guidelines.
“‘Trunk-or-treating’ events where children go from car to car instead of door to door to receive treats are also not allowed.”
Gatherings or parties with non-household members are not permitted
Neither are carnivals, festivals, live entertainment or haunted house attractions.
So what can families do to safely celebrate the holiday?
Participate in online parties and contests, such as costume or pumpkin carving; car parades that comply with public health guidance for vehicle-based parades; Halloween movie nights at drive-in theaters;
Halloween-themed meals at outdoor restaurants; Halloween-themed art installations at an outdoor museum; and decorating homes and yards with Halloween-themed decorations.
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