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    Le Voov! Restaurant Review: The Peasant & The Pear ๐Ÿ

    The Peasant & The Pear

    267 Hartz Ave
    Danville, CA 94526 Ph. (925) 820-6611

    This marvelous restaurant is one of my new favorite East Bay restaurants, Michelin recommended, and a prime example of 5-star dining. Under the guidance of owner Rodney Worth and his wife Natalie, the menu is dynamic, the food is unique in flavor, the ambience is lovely, and the service is impeccable.

    A true Danville gem, this restaurant is quaintly hidden in a small plaza, so you may drive right past it without even noticing it. If you access the rear parking lot, it is quite easy to find.

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    Le Voov! Restaurant Review: Cha Cha Cha’s

    Cha Cha Chaโ€™s (Tapas & More)

    1801 Haight Street, San Francisco 415 386-7670

    After visiting the San Francisco Botanical Garden during the annual โ€˜Flower Pianoโ€™ celebration, we headed over to Cha Cha Chaโ€™s to experience incredible cuisine amid the chaos of blaring Latin music, devotional alters, and abundant laughter. The aromatic Cuban spices hang heavy in the air as the indigo walls of the restaurant envelop oneโ€™s senses. The kitchen is bustling with excitement while your stomach and your brain simultaneously define a divine hunger.

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    Cilantro Lime Shrimp Ceviche ๐Ÿค ๐Ÿ‹

    Ceviche is a summertime favorite for us. The bold aroma of freshly chopped cilantro and sliced limes teases the taste buds as you create this super-simple, incredibly tasty dish.

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    Le Voov! Restaurant Review: Cafe Capistrano ๐Ÿด ๐Ÿท

    Cafรฉ Capistrano, (Yucatan/Costa Maya) 523 Church St, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (650) 726-7699

    It was raining cats and dogs, but we decided we were going to trust the weather report and headed over to the coast despite the very wet conditions. The forecast was for clear skies by noon. As we approached the western edge of the North American continent, where the Pacific Ocean tickles the charming town of Half Moon Bay, the gentle rain had turned into a deluge. (Iโ€™m not complaining. We desperately need rain given the California drought of the last 4-years!)

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