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Bring on the Bubbly

Written by Mike Stepanovich

The wonderful myth about Champagne’s origins goes something like this: Crusty old Dom Pierre Pérignon, a late 17th century-early 18th century Benedictine monk, was experimenting with “re-fermentation” at his abbey in Hautvillers, a village just north of Epernay in the French province of Champagne...

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It Has To Be Authentic

Written by Mike Stepanovich

It’s been more than four decades since I was last in Vietnam, but I have good memories of the food there. Everyone ate pho, the popular Vietnamese soup, in its various forms. There were other offerings as well—shrimp, seafood, rice of course, vegetables—all of it fresh...

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Simple, Yet Divine

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There’s way more to the Village Sports Bar & Grill than typical bar fare (and it proved that with its deep-fried cheesecake), but when we asked owner and manager Mike Barajas to prepare something tasty for our readers, we were thrilled with his recipe...

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Dining on a Dime

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Ladies and gentlemen, the Eighth Wonder of the World is back!

We’re once again bringing you an astounding, unbelievable, miraculous list of delicious meals found at local restaurants for under $10. Heck, finding anything for less than ten bucks these days is a miracle in and of itself. But we’re here to show you that Bakersfield is filled with reasonably priced, sensationally tasty options for lunch or dinner…all you have to do is turn the page (and probably grab some silverware).

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Memories Made Daily

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

In the world of liquor, there are drinks, and then there are works of art. True to their mission to “continuously strive to exceed the guest’s expectations,” RJ’s Bar & Grill has brought something tasteful and delightfully complex to the world of cocktails in Bakersfield, and we aren’t just talking about the inviting ambiance.

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A Beautiful Chemistry

Written by Mike Stepanovich

We can thank Robert Mondavi for Ancient Peaks Winery. The late California wine icon took one look at the varied soils of Santa Margarita Ranch and knew he’d stumbled onto one of the next great vineyards in California...

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The Roayal Treatment

Written by Mike Stepanovich

California’s roads haven’t been royal for a couple centuries now, but you’re in for a royal treat when you dine at Camino Real, the restaurant that claims it was Mexican inspired with California love...

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Burger Heaven

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There’s a saying around these parts: “Why eat a burger when you can eat a burger?”

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Bakersfield Dining Guide

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There are so many amazing restaurants in Bakersfield that it’s sometimes hard to choose where to dine. We at Bakersfield Magazine have taken the guesswork out of dinner with our handy Dining Guide, a compilation of local eateries that span the culinary experience. Asian? Italian? Mexican? We’ve got ‘em all. With just the click of a mouse, you can be immersed in the wonderful world of local food and discover new places for your family and friends to enjoy the unique flavors of Bakersfield and Kern County.

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Love at First Bite

Written by Mike Stepanovich

Carol was excited. She was having lunch with me at the Guild House, the all-volunteer restaurant at 1905 18th St., the corner of F and 18th streets. It wasn’t just the excellent cuisine that she was anticipating. Carol had been a Guild House volunteer herself years before...

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