Cork bark from a Cork Tree

As a luxury real estate  marketing professional, staying in touch with your sphere of influence is of paramount importance.  One way to stay in touch is to share your newest and best discoveries as you live your life and explore the ins and outs of your marketplace.

This evening we went out to our local wine bar and bistro, Corktree Cellars.  It is located in downtown Carpinteria on our "Main Street," Linden Avenue.  We love going there because the menu is fun, innovative and puts a smile on your face as you read it. The food is great. The wine list is varied and well thought out,  reflecting the bounty of our local wine country known as the California Central Coast.

This evening we shared a char broiled romaine hearts salad with blue cheese crumbles, apples and sherry pommery (mustard) dressing.   We followed that with a Kobe burger which comes with several choices of French fries.  Anne, our  knowledgeable server, suggested the parmesan truffle fries.  We followed her advice, and were delighted with the taste.  This was accompanied by a wonderful glass of local Syrah.

For dessert, we had macaroons. dipped in chocolate  The dessert menu assures you that the offerings are fat free and have zero calories*.  As you read on the * reveals, that this is a totally false statement.  You have to chuckle!

So, share your discoveries with everyone you know. Your blog will be noticed. Foks will rush to read the latest and greatest food  finds discovered by someone who has actually experienced it.


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