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Food Network Kitchen Launches Takeout Twins

Food Network Kitchen, with its award-winning culinary app, announced the launch of new, original series, Takeout Twins, featuring The Potash Twins. Twin brothers, Adeev and Ezra Potash, are more than just professional musicians and entertainers, they are on a mission to prove that you can make delicious and budget-friendly versions of your favorite take-out dishes right at home. Over the course of ten episodes, the Twins cook up classic to-go dishes such as margherita pizza, pad Thai, and butter chicken. In addition, they cook along with some of their famous friends including Sheila E, Katie Maloney & Tom Schwartz, Joel McHale, Rob Riggle, Musiq Soulchild, and chef Andrew Zimmern. This all-new, upbeat series, which begins streaming TODAY on Food Network Kitchen app, brings together music and culinary know-how to show just how easy (and fun) it is to cook at home with friends.

The series will take viewers inside some of their favorite celebrities’ kitchens, with The Potash Twins teaching them how to make their favorite takeout dishes. At the conclusion of each episode, the twins and celebrity guests will order the same dish they prepared from a takeout restaurant, and perform the ultimate comparison test. From making Orange Chicken with comedian Joel McHale, and Matzoh Ball Soup with Andrew Zimmern, to drumming up a delicious Pad Thai recipe with musician Sheila E, Takeout Twins aims to deliver global inspiration and show viewers how accessible preparing fan-favorite meals can be from home.

“Adeev and Ezra Potash bring a bright, fun and youthful energy to the kitchen, making them naturals for joining Food Network Kitchen’s roster of talent,” said Deb Puchalla, SVP Digital Programming & Video for Food Network and Cooking Channel at Discovery Digital Studios. “We can’t wait for fans to have a chance to cook along with the twins and their friends as they make some seriously delicious takeout treats.”

“Food is fun, but food with friends is better,” said Ezra and Adeev Potash.  “It’s been a blast spending our quarantine teaching our friends how to build their skills in the kitchen and help them thrive in this unsettling time.”

ABOUT FOOD NETWORK

Food Network Kitchen launched in the United States in October 2019 as a first-of-its-kind direct-to-consumer product with proprietary streaming technology. Offering consumers live, interactive cooking classes; on-demand cooking classes; ingredient home delivery; trusted recipes; and direct access to Food Network talent and culinary experts.

ABOUT THE POTASH TWINS

Named the “Musicians of the Food World ” by the Miami Herald, with a passion for food and the culinary community, Adeev and Ezra Potash are musicians, entertainers and acclaimed TV personalities and hosts. Guided at an early age by jazz legend Wynton Marsalis, the twins were inspired to pursue a career in the performance of jazz. Upon graduating high school in Nebraska, the twins moved to New York City to develop their skills. Adeev studied under the Dizzy Gillespie protégé Jon Faddis at SUNY Purchase, while Ezra received a full ride scholarship to Manhattan School of Music on Bass Trombone. Having graced prominent jazz stages around the world at notable venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, Birdland, The Dakota amongst others, they have also performed at a number of high profile festivals including Lollapalooza, SXSW and Summerfest Milwaukee where they opened for music legend Joe Jackson.

With a strong passion for food and the culinary community, the twins have become well known in the food scene by chefs and foodies alike. They have performed around the country at events including: the Food Network and Cooking Channel South Beach Wine and Food Festival, the James Beard Leadership Awards, Aspen Food & Wine Festival, Toronto Food and Wine Festival, Palm Beach Food and Wine (including Chef Daniel Boulud ’s infamous Sunday brunch at Cafe Boulud ), Chicago Gourmet , the opening of Chef Gavin Kaysen ’s Spoon and Stable and at legendary Chef Rick Bayless’ James Beard Awards after-party. Ezra and Adeev hope to use their relationships to spread jazz to a wider audience. As a part of their ongoing efforts to increase the awareness of jazz and live performance, the Potash Twins served as Artistic Directors at the Love’s Jazz and Arts Center in the historic jazz district of North Omaha.

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Food Network’s Andrew Zimmern and Indianapolis’s Jeremy Martindale, The Alexander Hotel, Join Southern California Chefs in 20CHEFS: A Social Distanced Fundraiser for The Beacon House of San Pedro

Beacon House Fundraiser

Beacon House of San Pedro proudly announces two well-known Midwestern chefs to their 20CHEFS fundraising roster which includes Food Network’s Andrew Zimmern (Minneapolis, Minnesota) and Jeremy Martindale, Executive Chef for The Alexander Hotel, the luxury boutique property in the heart of downtown Indianapolis.  The center was recently named by U.S. News and World Report a “Top 200 Treatment Center” in the country.

Food Network host Andrew Zimmern and Jeremy Martindale join Southern California chefs such as event co-chairs Michael Shafer (The Depot) and Christine Brown (Restaurant Christine), Victor Juarez (Fuego at Hotel Maya), and others to raise needed funds for the 115-bed treatment and rehabilitation facility for men in San Pedro. Additional chefs include:

Because of the current pandemic, Beacon House Association of San Pedro had a $225,000.00 shortfall to assist those with alcohol and drug addiction issues. On the website, visitors are encouraged to purchase private dinners with a selected chef starting at $5000.00. The meal will be prepared and served at the buyer’s residence or at the chef’s restaurant with the location and date to be agreed upon by both parties. The number of guests shall be limited to 10 for the culinary team’s well-being. Participating chefs will continue to be announced throughout the summer. More information can be accessed atwww.20CHEFS.org. The buying of the dinners ends on October 11, 2020.  Dining purchases can also be made via email at the 20chefs@beaconhouse.org.

“We feel encouraged by the outpouring of support and love to help these men. Addiction is one of the greatest scourges,” said Beacon House Association of San Pedro’s Executive Director, Brian Smith. “Our center allows these men to rejoin their loving families and become willing participants in their communities.”

ABOUT:  

Founded in 1970 by Father Art Bartlett, a South Bay minister and Michael Dowling, an alcoholic merchant seaman, the Beacon House Association of San Pedro started with a single two-story building with 18 residents. Incorporated into a non-profit in 1974, the association and the accommodations have grown to six residential units with a capacity for 115 residents. The buildings include dining and kitchen areas and spaces for training, counseling, education, and 12-step meetings. The Beacon House Association of San Pedro, for the last 40 years, has assisted thousands of men, from all walks of life, and more than three dozen states, to regain their place as responsible, productive members of society. The non-profit’s mission is to help men recover from the diseases of alcoholism and addiction to other drugs. The association provides food, shelter, treatment, and time to build a foundation in recovery and return to family, home, and community.

 

Celebrated Chefs Unite for Food Network’s Inaugural Culinary Showcase

MASTER CHEFS FROM ITALY AND ISRAEL JOIN CHEF FABIO VACCARELLA FROM THE PATIO AT THE CONTINUUM DURING ITS INAUGURAL CULINARY SHOWCASE FOR THE FOOD NETWORK & COOKING CHANNEL SOUTH BEACH WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY CAPITAL ONE

The world’s most famous butcher, Chef Dario Cecchini, and ‘The Cauliflower King’ Chef Eyal Shani, credited with redefining Israeli street food, join the executive chef from the iconic Miami Beach residences for a private evening of gastronomic excellence

Continuum, South Florida’s premier resort-style oceanfront condominium residences, has announced its inaugural participation in the 19th annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One (SOBEWFF®). South Florida’s iconic name in luxury living will be joining forces with some of today’s most iconic chefs for an official SOBEWFF® evening of superlative international cuisine.

The world’s most famous butcher, Dario Cecchini, will join forces with Executive Chef Fabio Vaccarella from The Patio at the Continuum in Miami Beach, together with “The Cauliflower King” and the man credited with redefining Israeli street food, Eyal Shani, to produce an extravagant three-course menu for 100 Continuum residents and their guests on Friday, February 21st, 2020 – poolside at The Patio restaurant. Cecchini’s eighth generation passion for his craft inspires everyone around him at Antica Macelleria Cecchini in Chianti, and is only matched by his invigorating passion for life. Shani, who owns some of the most respected and popular restaurants in Tel Aviv, is known for his extraordinary twists on famous dishes and creative presentations. Together, this dynamic duo will combine forces with The Patio’s Executive Chef, Fabio Vaccarella, for an eclectic dining experience that marries traditional Italian cuisine with vibrant Israeli flavors.

“We are delighted to announce our debut participation during this year’s SOBEWFF®,” says Rishi Idnani, Managing Director of the Continuum in Miami Beach. “The collaboration by this collective group of esteemed chefs represents the best in class from today’s culinary world. We are very excited to present an especially curated menu exclusively to our residents and their guests for an evening that will prove to be most memorable at The Patio restaurant here at the Continuum.”

Guests will enjoy a carefully crafted menu by all three chefs comprising of Italian and Israeli delicacies that will include: Burro del Chianti Crostini (fresh pork fat with garlic and rosemary); Salmone Marinato Crostini (herbs marinade with salmon, chive mousse and Oscietra caviar); Arancini ai Fiori di Zucca (rice balls with zucchini blossom and smoked buffalo mozzarella); Crema di Fave al Cacio (fava beans with braised vegetables and truffle burrata); Roasted Whole Snapper and Bistecca alla Fiorentina (baked potato with chianti butter), among other unique plates that will be paired with a selection of international wines.

“We are pleased to bring two of today’s most progressive chefs to The Patio at the Continuum for the property’s debut participation during this year’s Festival,” says Festival founder and director Lee Brian Schrager, who also serves as senior vice president of communications and corporate social responsibility for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. “We always appreciate the opportunity to curate a private culinary experience at a residential property in South Florida and expose more consumers to great Festival food, wine, spirits and talent. Italy meets Israel at the Continuum is the perfect fit and an excellent way to expose residents to a SOBEWFF® experience.”

Tickets for the private dinner hosted by Dario Cecchini, Eyal Shani and Fabio Vaccarella at The Patio restaurant on Friday, February 21st, 2020 are made available exclusively for Continuum residents and their guests.

For more information on this year’s SOBEWFF, visit www.sobewff.org

Uncle Jack's Steakhouse, Vaughn Lowery, Astoria Queens, NYC, Armon Hayes, 360 MAGAZINE, Uncle Jack's Meat House, Willie Degel

Uncle Jack’s Meat House is a neighborhood gem in Astoria, Queens.

By Armon Hayes × Vaughn Lowery

As of late, 360 MAGAZINE had an opportunity to visit their ‘Boozy Brunch,’ which takes place weekly every Saturday and Sunday from 1-4pm. Serial entrepreneur, Willie Degel, helms Uncle Jack’s Meat House as well as the host of Food Network’s Restaurant Stakeout. On the show, Degel helps restaurateurs uncover major obstacles which threaten to sink their businesses. Moreover, his culinary vision was to
co-create Uncle Jack’s Meat House; a modest luxury establishment dedicated to steak connoisseurs. 

Inspired by his late godfather and great-uncle Jack; he afforded his first restaurant at age 20. Uncle Jack’s exhibits the debut of branding, tailored to today’s patron who’s interested in natural, organic and sustainable elements.

$29.95 includes one entree and bottomless cocktails for 2 hours. Robust dishes, prepared by Chef Marvin, like the ‘8oz Salmon BLT’ are cooked to perfection. A crispy outside with a moist middle. Dished out with your choice side of fruit salad or fries. Wash it down with the High West punch, a premium cocktail developed by General Manager and resident mixologist. It’s garnished with infused Cherry’s and fresh fruit.

Various antiquities frame the bar which complement original artwork throughout the restaurant, adding authenticity to its natural glory. At the 4-star locale, for social engagement purposes, one can document their visit with the ‘selfie mirror.’

Overall, the restaurant possesses charismatic waitstaff, handcrafted cocktails and succulent bites which are certain to keep you coming back.

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WLabs Smart Oven w/ Katie Lee

By Krishan Narsinghani × Vaughn Lowery

As of late, 360 MAGAZINE paid a visit to the newly imagined Kim Sing Theatre (once the 1926 Vaudeville), which houses an event space, gallery, courtyard as well as hotel.

At this venue, we joined Food Network star, Katie Lee, for the WLabs’ smart oven first look and tasting. Try cooking with an appliance that manages it all for you. Literally, the smart oven can tell what’s inside and let you know when it’s done using a new camera and sensor detector technologies. Witnessing Katie Lee fit a whole chicken inside this 13.5” H x 19.5” W x 21” with a magnetic thermometer (conveniently sticks on the side of the unit) was a shock, more so, that she was alerted by the app on her phone it was ready. Not to mention, the counter space you’ll save in a small galley kitchen within an urbane habitat. De-hydrate limes for handcrafted cocktails, roast asparagus or reheat/bake a 12″ pizza. The personal assistant makes your life in kitchen that much easier. So, take a long shower or a soothing bath with no worries.

In short, the innovative WLabs Smart Oven is ideal for a budding executive who resides in a metropolis and is always in transit swinging from city to urban center while on various assignments. Or, for empty nesters who like to entertain intimate yet memorable parties where this appliance will surely be the center attention.

Merely 2,000 of these bad boys are available for pre-order here.

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Chef Raffaele Ronca

Introducing Winner of The Food Network’s “Chopped,” Chef Raffaele Ronca, Naples-born chef  who left his beloved hometown at the age of 19 and headed for NYC to be more accepted as a gay man. Raff, who initially wanted to be an actor, quickly found success in his “day gig,” working behind the bar and, ultimately, in the kitchen of NYC’s most popular restaurants. His passion for cooking and entertaining eventually eclipsed his desire to pursue acting and led to a lifelong career. His time on the popular Food Network show allowed him to revisit his love of acting, and brought his career to a whole new level. Shortly after his win, he opened Rafele NYC’s West Village, the epicenter of the gay rights movement. The restaurant, Rafele, offered guests an authentic Italian experience and was an immediate success. Just last year, he opened a second location in Rye, New York.

Chef Ronca wholeheartedly believes in giving back to the community and supporting LGBTQ youth. He often donates his time and gifts by appearing at and cooking for various LGBTQ charities, including the Rainbow Railroad, an organization dedicated to helping lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals escape violence and persecution in their home countries.

Chef Ronca can speak on:

  • General features and profiles
  • World Pride themed cocktail, the Espresso Yourself Martini
  • Rainbow Railroad and supporting LGBT youth

More on Chef Raffaele Ronca:

Born and raised in Naples, Italy, Raffaele Ronca comes from a family of butchers and fishermen who collectively inspired his lifelong passion for food and flavors. With his family also in the restaurant business, Raffaele embraced cooking and culinary explorations as integral parts of not only his Italian culture, but also his heart and soul.

Working in his uncle’s restaurant in Naples and helping his mother make fresh pasta daily, Raffaele learned to respect the beauty and taste of fresh ingredients, as well as the time it takes to select and prepare them for fine dishes.

Immigrating to America at the age of 21, Raffaele worked steadily at some of New York’s most authentic Italian restaurants, including as the executive chef at Palma, chef du cuisine at Bellavitae and manager of food and wine at Caffé Torino.

Today, Chef Raffele Ronca is a winner of the hit Food Network show “Chopped.” He is also a collaborator with the James Beard Foundation, and his signature Buffalo Ricotta Cheesecake has been featured twice in Food & Wine magazine as one of the top cheesecakes in America, in addition to having received other impressive culinary accolades.

Chef Raffaele’s second restaurant, Rafele Rye, will make its debut in Westchester County, NY, in the spring of 2018.

For more information, please visit Rafele.com and contact janegoeypr@gmail.com.

Southern Roots Festival

Food Network Stars Join Celebrity Chef Ashley Clay For Anticipated Southern Roots Festival, The Ultimate Tailgating Culinary Experience To The Big Game

Southern hospitality extended to 1.5 million fans via a showcase of music, arts, culture, and food

Four fabulous Food Network Culinary Divas will join Celebrity Chef Ashley Clay to bring the richness of “Down South” to the forefront during the Southern Roots Festival in Atlanta, GA as a prelude to the Big Game. The Southern Roots festival will kick off on Monday, January 28, 2019, and run until Sunday, February 3, 2019.

In conjunction with Southern Roots Festival Creative Director and Executive Producer, Aisha Davis of DESHO Productions, and NORTH&KING Developers, “Southern Roots,” founded by celebrity chef, Ashley Clay, will be presented directly across the street from Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a first in Super Bowl history for a private festival. The seven-day experience will include family-friendly activations of culinary excitement, an outdoor pop-up mall, interactive gaming, a silent disco, live concerts from local and national talent and live demonstrations hosted across ten zones and two main stages.

Food Network’s Chef Penny Davidi, Chef Maneet Chauhan, Chef Tregaye Fraser, and Chef Michele Ragussis will participate in “Battle of the Culinary Divas” events at the Southern Roots Kitchen Stadium during the following days and times:

● Friday, February 1 (1 to 3 p.m.) “Battle of the Grits”

○ Hosted by Food Network’s favorite villain, Chef Penny Davidi, sponsored by Sugar Foods

○ Each celebrity chef partnered with NFL players to whip up unique grit dishes

○ Winning team to go on to Sunday cookoff playoffs

● Saturday, February 2 (1 to 3 p.m.) “Battle of the Mac ‘N’ Cheese”

○ Hosted by Food Network’s favorite villain, Chef Penny Davidi, sponsored by Sugar Foods

○ Each celebrity chef partnered with NFL players to create mac n’ cheese dishes

○ Winning team to go on to Sunday cookoff playoffs

● Game Day! Sunday, February 3 (1 to 3 p.m.) “Battle of the Chicken Wings”

○ Hosted by Food Network’s favorite villain, Chef Penny Davidi, sponsored by Sugar Foods

○ Final two celebrity chefs and NFL players battle for the crown

“We are thrilled to have Food Network stars join us for the Southern Roots Festival! Their presence will elevate our event as the premier culinary tailgating experience in Atlanta. I can’t wait to interact and cook with the talented women who are welcomed into 100 million households across the nations.” – Chef Ashley Clay, CEO/Founder

For more information, visit http://southernrootsexperience.com/. To apply for media coverage, click here.

ABOUT SOUTHERN ROOTS FESTIVAL

The Southern Roots Festival is a culinary tailgate entertainment experience hosted during Super Bowl LIII offering arts, music, culture and mouth-watering Southern cuisine. The festival features programming that highlights food, sports, gaming and special events curated by lifestyle influencers. It represents a collective vision of events and experiences that transcend color, sex, and cultural background.

ABOUT ASHLEY CLAY ENTERPRISES

Celebrity Chef Ashley Clay, an Atlanta native, is the founder of Chef Ashley, Inc, a catering empire, which includes Chef Ashley Enterprises and By The Pans. Chef Ashley was exposed to a style of cooking during her childhood and fused her unique Southern flair and traditional American influences to create flavorful masterpieces. Her dishes have delighted the likes of Atlanta royalty including Ludacris, Ciara, L.A. Reid, Floyd Mayweather, and Tyler Perry, all of whom helped catapult her into the political arena landing her private meetings in the Mayor’s office with senators and members of Congress. Most recently, Chef Ashley has become the go-to lifestyle and culinary curator for Atlanta’s Fortune 500 C-Suite executives. The serial entrepreneur is in the kitchen whipping up a recipe of success to produce her own line of seasonings, food products, and culinary expansion into restaurants and hotels. She’s also in talks with producers about creating a southern-centric food television show.

ABOUT FOOD NETWORK

FOOD NETWORK is a unique lifestyle network, website, and magazine that connects viewers to the power and joy of food. The network strives to be viewers’ best friend in food and is committed to leading by teaching, inspiring, empowering and entertaining through its talent and expertise. Food Network is distributed to nearly 100 million U.S. households and draws over 46 million unique web users monthly. Since launching in 2009, Food Network Magazine’s rate base has grown 13 times and is the No. 2 best-selling monthly magazine on the newsstand, with 13.5 million readers. Food Network is owned by Discovery, Inc., a global leader in real life entertainment whose portfolio also includes Discovery Channel, HGTV, TLC, Investigation Discovery, and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

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Marina McBride The Joy Of Christmas Tour

This holiday season, country music icon and lifestyle influencer, Martina McBride, has been busy helping spread a little Christmas magic to her fans. Whether it be by setting the mood for your annual holiday party with her recently released jazz influenced and symphony orchestra backed album, It’s The Holiday Season, or by helping craft perfect recipes for your family and friends with her new cookbook, Martina’s Kitchen Mix: My Recipe Playlist for Real Life and current show on Food Network, “Martina’s Table” (airing Sundays at 12pm ET/PT), McBride has all your holiday entertaining needs covered!

Most recently, McBride has been on the road with her The Joy of Christmas Tour 2018, which just had a stellar sold-out three night run at Nashville’s own Schermerhorn Symphony over the weekend. Each stop on the tour has incorporated the amazing talents of local orchestras as McBride delivers her jazzy take on everyone’s favorite holiday standards and her classic hits.

McBride also treated viewers of the 92nd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to her rendition of “Most Wonderful Time of Year” atop the Balsam Hill float. She was also on hand at this year’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting event where she performed “Winter Wonderland” standing in front of the New York spectacle that draws thousands of visitors to the city from across the globe.

Up next, fans can catch McBride on “Live! with Kelly and Ryan” on Tuesday, December 11th where she will be in the kitchen showing the hosts a few of her favorite recipes that are perfect for holiday entertaining. She will return to the show on Monday, December 24th for their special Christmas show where she will perform.

Dinner On Ice Recap

MasterChef Season 6 runner up Derrick Fox crushes the Dinner on Ice pop-up presented by Capital One with performance by US Figure Skating Triple Gold Medalist Sierra Mercier.

Guests enjoyed a skate-up oyster bar, 3-course meal and cocktails from Ammunition Wines, American Born Whiskey, Dulce Vida Tequila and Stella Rosa Prosecco.

Floral arrangements were provided by Petaloom and music by KCRW’s Dan Wilcox. Chef Derrick announced his new residency starting today at Ma’Kai Santa Monica.

Photos by Adam Episcopo

MILK & HONEY TAPAS

​”If you don’t love this industry [Food and Beverage] then don’t do it … the amount of time is overwhelming.” – Al Rojas 

By Vaughn Lowery

Nearly twenty years ago, Al Rojas received some investment capital from his father (died from cancer 25 years ago) to become a restaurateur. After years of successfully running Santa Barbara’s widely popular Alcazar Tapas Bar, he commenced to sink his teeth into another endeavor – Milk & Honey Tapas [MHT]. This eclectic, snug cafe with curbside dining provides an array of mystical libations and mouth watering snacks for foodies. 

Specialty cocktails are their strong suit; however, the drinks are so intoxicating that you’ll have to taste their menu. After one drink, we were buzzing like busy bees in the hive. Hence, we started with flash-fried kale chips topped with manchego cheese and an order of Prosciutto Bundles stuffed with goat cheese. Yummy. Next up, we ordered PB&J Sliders (sirloin sliders, peanut butter, raspberry jam, Applewood smoked bacon) and Honey Lamb Pops (char broiled lamb chops; teriyaki, honey, butter, shallot, brown sugar sauce) – yes, we licked both our fingers and the bones. One of the most intriguing indigenous dishes we tried was Por-Que Pig?! (pulled pork shoulder, creamed pasilla chiles, garlic cilantro rice, manchego cheese, fresh cilantro, tomato; tomatillo cream sauce). Definitely not one of the most attractive items on the menu, but it sure was the most delightful – we scraped our bowls. For dessert, we received their house funnel cake alongside of a dark cup of coffee. 

Rojas boasts of being a globetrotter (Spain, France, UK, Grenada, Copenhagen, Montreal) and reminds us that his infused assortments were inspired by his travels. Adorning smart specs and possessing a charismatic personality, no wonder his wait staff is equally professional and attentive – his power to lead permeates the air. Something that his father instilled in him, “Treat everyone equally [no matter what their position in life may be].” Moreover, the fun-loving GM and crew kept the dimly lit dinner service packed like a can of sardines. 

In short, this is one of the best tapas and sips we have put our lips on in a long time. In fact, Milk & Honey Tapas rivals some of the top restaurants in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. If you possess an appetite for tangy handcrafted concoctions paired with savory bites, then this place will literally blow your wig back.

#360Recommended #IssaSnack 

http://milknhoneytapas.com

FUN FACTS:

Alcaraz Tapas Bar was established about 18 years ago and it’s Ginspiration Point cocktail was named the Official Drink of Santa Barbara.

Milk & Honey Tapas has been in business for over 11 years to date.
Al Rojas lends his name and support to 

Community Counseling and Education Center (CCEC) of Santa Barbara: a non-profit which offers family counseling services for victims of domestic violence and addiction.