Tonight – Eat at Edo Sushi… Support Boulder Creek Elementary

 

Come to Edo Sushi for a Family Dinner tonight, January 9th, and 20% of the night’s proceeds will help fund Boulder Creek Elementary’s 4th grade trip to Chinatown!

 

This is a win/win . . .eat great food at a nice place and support our town children’s education. Edo is located right in downtown Boulder Creek.

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BACONATION 2010

Introducing the first annual Bacon Festival of Boulder Creek!

Join us in a celebration of food, music and fun.

WHERE: Junction Park in Boulder Creek
WHEN: Sat, August 21st, 1 – 4pm

People are invited to bring a bacon inspired dish (or veggie dish for the herbivores out there) or $5 each (kids under 12 free). People will eat and mingle, and then vote on the best dish. The winner wins all the profits from the festival.

This is to spur culinary creativity and promote social interaction. Unusual and innovative dishes are in demand. Let your imagination go wild at the thought of bacon! Use this as an excuse to try out those strange bacon dished that have always intrigued you. Bacontini, anyone? Bacon pie? Maple bacon? Chocobacon? (No alcohol allowed at the park, sorry).

There will be food, fun, bacon inspired crafts, live music by The Butchers, swimming in the river and lots of BACON!

Editor’s Note: This is a truly genius idea! We love it!


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Taqueria Los Amigos – Best Food Value in Boulder Creek

Taqueria Los Amigos offers great, fresh mexican faire for a really good price. Fast, courteous service and a huge meal for well under $10. The pickled carrots and salsas are also a nice free extra. Everything is pretty good here – if you want to “splurge” ($9.85) the Camarones Alajilo (Shrimp with Garlic sauce) is a real treat and big enough for two to share.

Old Mountain Inn of Boulder Creek

The Old Mountain Inn is a great place for breakfast or lunch right in downtown Boulder Creek. The menu consists of different breakfast standards such as omelets and crepes as well as hearty meals including our personal favorite the “#9″ (picture below). Barbara and Robert who own the place are great hosts and the service there is polite and prompt. If you are lucky you may hear Barbara’s nice singing voice.

Usually there are old country tunes playing creating a nice, warm atmosphere to have some coffee and breakfast… or lunch. In addition to breakfast, the Old Mountain has a great burger as well as grilled cheese.

Our only complaint is that they aren’t open in the afternoon – they close at 1:00 p.m.

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