Doralee Jacobson, the owner of Jack’s Bistro & Famous Bagels, never intended to enter the restaurant industry.
“Our journey in Santa Barbara really started on a fluke. We moved up here to retire. I was a chiropractor and my husband was a Madison Avenue ad exec,” she says.
Check out our bagel machine hard at work pumping out delicous baked-fresh daily bagels.
Whether you’re planning a large family reunion or you need breakfast for the entire department, we know that it’s important to you to find sustainable catering. However, there’s more to being a green caterer than just saying you’re committed to eco-friendly initiatives. Here are 15 things that your catering company can do to stay green (and 15 sustainable things you can do when planning your next dinner party).
They’re always accommodating for him, and we come here because they have great food,” his owner, Katherine Less, told the News-Press on a recent morning. She and her husband, Jason Less, were about to have one of their favorite breakfasts- the Blackstone Benedict. It’s a poached off on a bagel with avocado, tomato and, instead of ham, bacon. “They have a nice Hollandaise sauce here,” Mr. Lesh, who operates a nearby organic produce stand with his wife, said just before the food arrived.
The holidays are always a busy, bustling time of the year filled with family, friends, and most of all—food. During this holiday season, you’ll undoubtedly be spending a lot of time in the kitchen figuring out what dish to bring to all of your events. To make it easier on you, we’ve made a list of seven of our favorite (and easy) recipes to bring to every type of event that you’ll be joining in on this season.
Order your Thanksgiving lunch or dinner this year from Jack's Bistro and Bagels. Place your order by November 21 and pick up the entire meal on Thanksgiving Day until 12:30pm.
Our restaurant is serving individual, full plated meals served at the restaurant until 1pm or for pickup until 12:30pm on Thanksgiving Day.
The holiday season is filled with office parties, family gatherings, school celebrations, and social events that are stocked with appetizers, turkeys, chips and dips, desserts—you name it. Through the hustle and bustle it’s hard to take a minute to think about a healthy diet, but believe it or not there are ways to coincide a busy holiday schedule and recipes that are actually—dare we say—healthy. Here are some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes to help you get in the spirit of the holidays without having to get into another pant size.
Just a short drive down from Santa Barbara, Carpinteria is a central coast gem, with striking mountain views, beautiful beaches and wonderful small-town charm. Though it may be small (with a population of just over 13,000), the town has a lot to offer for visitors who enjoy spending time outdoors—from hiking, biking, surfing and just being an observer of nature. Carpinteria is the perfect place to spend time for a few hours or a few days and can be enjoyed with great temperatures and conditions almost year-round.
Guidebooks won’t tell you this, but many Carpinteria beaches are considered by locals to be even nicer than their more famous Santa Barbara counterparts. The sand is usually wider, the crowd more relaxed and the surf... well the surf is legendary, especially at Rincon beach. Other beaches include Carpinteria State Beach, Carpinteria City Beach and Padaro Beach. Carpinteria State Beach offers a great campsite and picnic area. Padaro Beach is favored by natives and conveniently bordered by local businesses, including Padaro Beach Grill and A-Frame Surf Shop.
Whether you refer to your little humans as kiddos, kidlets, chillins, little monsters or angels, these suggestions are sure to help you and your munchkins enjoy Santa Barbara. These are kid-friendly and budget-conscious suggestions for your family!
The informal way implies, in this case, a more “chill” version while at the same time intensifying the meaning. In case you’re wondering, the Etymology (back story) of this phrase comes from a reference to Dodge City, Kansas, a busy cattle town in the late 19th century. Possibly inspired by the radio and television series Gunsmoke (1952-1975). I was raised on a cattle ranch in Colorado and so I love the saying and where it comes from (my dad loved Gunsmoke); I encourage others to adopt this verbiage in their everyday language.
Silver's Winery and Jack's Bistro & Catering Wine Pairing and Appetizers Event October 21, 2014 for the winner of one of the BCRC Silent Auction Items held at the Nesbitt Estate, Carpinteria California, October 21, 2013.