Sixth Avenue between San Carlos and Dolores, Carmel-by-the-Sea
One of my first & favorite childhood memories is going to this popular downtown Carmel chowder house for big bowls of New England clam chowder and way too much sourdough bread…
2101 Fremont St, Monterey
Growing up in a small town, I cant help but fall in love with little, independently owned restaurants. I moved here in 2006 for some job training, and my wife and I eat here…
39 Fishermans Wharf, Monterey
My husband and I ate there for the first time yesterday early afternoon for what was our Valentines Weekend celebration. He ordered the NY Steak and Crab and I…
720 Cannery Row, Monterey
Went there about 4 years ago and the service was so bad that I don't have the desire to go back and see if things have changed or even try the new location in SF.
1996 1/2 Sunset Dr, Pacific Grove
While visiting the Monterey Bay area and looking for a good seafood restaurant, we looked on Citysearch and found Fishwife. The reviews looked good so we headed there. We were…
431 Tyler St, Monterey
Quick Mexican food that is a little bit out of the ordinary. Try the shrimp taco. It is the inexpensive version of chef Julio Ramirez' local restaurants. Must try.
Mission Ranch Lodging. Clint Eastwood himself bought and remodeled this doomed 22-acre property from condo developers, turning it into a blissful one-stop retreat you really have no need to leave unless you want to. You can't walk to downtown Carmel (I mean, technically you can, but it would be a trek), but the central location to both Carmel and Big Sur, the staggering views, the onsite amenities, and the resident sheep make it well worth being a few miles from the "action" (if you can even characterize always-sleepy Carmel as actually having any of that). Be sure to take a walk around the Carmel Mission, just down the road.… read more