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27th Annual Epicurean Esprit

 The 27th Annual Epicurean Esprit is this Thursday, May 19th.  This is a fun community fundraising event to support the all important Meals on Wheels program (via the Elderly Nutrition Program).  Friends of Meals on Wheels Vice President, Julie Mast, was kind enough to give me the inside scoop about an …

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Father Paddy’s, A Final Sneak Peek

We are weeks away from having the pub of Woodland’s dreams open in Downtown Woodland.  Father Paddy’s is looking awesome and has quite the personality too.  Dark wood floors, a whiskey tasting room, Guinness on tap, and legit Irish fare are just a few characteristics of owner Patrick Redmond’s baby. …

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Father Paddy's Irish Public House

Father Paddy’s Sneak Peek: Week 3

This week we’re highlighting the kitchen.  A new stove arrived and the walk-in fridge is cleaned up and has a fresh coat of food-grade paint.  Recipe testing is in full swing and I was able to taste the Irish Stew.  It is delicious!  The bar top now has trim and …

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Lindsey & Kelly Eat Woodland: Sina Bakery

What was once called the Secret Bakery, is now the nightly hot spot in Woodland.  Sina Bakery, located at 1250 Harter Ave, is ultra popular and the talk of the town.  Lindsey and I visited Sina this past Saturday and found the line out the roll up doors.  We didn’t …

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Lindsey & Kelly Eat Woodland: Las Brasas

Lindsey and I met with Las Brasas co-owner, Josue Peniche, a couple of weeks back to hear about his booming business and the popular food he serves Woodland.  If you haven’t already tried Las Brasas we highly recommend it. Menu: Las Brasas 437 1st Street Woodland, Ca 95695 (530) 554-5506 …

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Father Paddy’s Irish Pub, Sneak Peek

One of the cool things about blogging on VisitWoodland is learning how passionate business owners are about what they do.  To date, I’ve only interviewed established businesses.  They are open for business and well into the day-to-day operations. So, I was super happy to hear that Patrick Redmond, owner of …

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