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Aptos St. BBQ
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Great BBQ fun for the whole family, indoor and outdoor dining just a mile from Redwood Village.
A local BBQ & blues experience in a casual setting. Nightly live blues acts with a wide variety of drinks.
Down-home venue offering BBQ dishes & a variety of local beers on tap, with live blues shows daily.
The absolutely best BBQ! The best bread pudding with whiskey sauce and vanilla ice cream on top! So much beer! Great local musicians!
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“A local lunch and bruch favorite! French ~ American, lunch, dinner, and brunch with a great wine list too!”
- Poleca 55 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Great local ice cream!!! Be sure to hit this after the beach. It’s on the way!”
- Poleca 28 lokalnych gospodarzy
“This is our go-to restaurant. Surprisingly good Indian food and a charming setting. Walking distance from house.”
- Poleca 16 lokalnych gospodarzy
“If you're looking for authentic Mexican Food, look no further! Located in Seacliff close to the beach, they have indoor and outdoor seating, and the best margaritas and salsa around!”
- Poleca 52 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Off the beaten path, The Forest of Nisene Marks is a refreshing retreat from the busy towns and beaches along Highway 1 near Santa Cruz. Its dense second- and third-growth redwood forest rises from near sea level to steep coastal mountains. Most visitors come to picnic near Aptos Creek or to hike, jog, or bike on 30 miles of trails in rugged semi-wilderness, rising from sea level to steep coastal mountains of more than 2,600 feet. The park’s land has a bittersweet beauty. Almost all of today’s redwood forest was clear-cut in a 40-year logging frenzy from 1883 to 1923. When the loggers left the Aptos Canyon, the forest began to heal itself; now, the scars grow fainter with each passing year. The Forest of Nisene Marks is a monument to forest regeneration and the future—it is a forest in a perpetual state of becoming. The park's name honors Nisene Marks, the nature-loving mother of the Salinas farm family that bought the land in the 1950s. Her children donated approximately 9,700 acres to the state in 1963 with the provision that the land never be developed. Today, the park showcases a forest in recovery, with rugged canyons and remnants of its once-bustling railroad and logging industry. A grove of ancient old-growth redwood trees near the Pourroy picnic area was preserved under private ownership and added to the park in recent years.”
- Poleca 144 lokalnych gospodarzy