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REVIEWS

Westlake Brewery Reviewed

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Westlake Brewery Reviewed

So fun!  The Greater Conejo Valley now has almost a dozen local breweries.  This one owned by the owners of the adjacent Alda Bella Winery was packed with a great band on Friday night and four or five locally brewed beers including my favorite, Master.  The band was great.  I think they need to keep […]

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Los Agaves Reviewed

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Los Agaves Reviewed

One day I went to Santa Barbara to eat at a place called Los Agaves on Milpas Street.  OMG.  It felt like farm to table Mexican.  The kitchen was fast, the food was well prepared and fresh, the presentation was flawless, and the flavor was enough to dedicate more trips to SB just to go […]

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Kanda Sushi Reviewed

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Kanda Sushi Reviewed

For sushi lovers that love fresh fish Kanda is a Japanese owned local favorite. For those who want to have the chef make a custom roll with this and that, well, not so much. Mitsu the owner is very proud of his fish and he knows how to serve it. I’m OK with that even […]

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Cafe 14 Reviewed

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Cafe 14 Reviewed

Wow I really really want to like Cafe 14 more but I was disappointed.  Had the duck confit and the bouillabaisse.  Waiter was late coming to table once we sat, did not offer specials until prompted, did not correctly process the drink order, brought two of the same drinks to the table, and then delivered […]

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The Gallery Reviewed

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The Gallery Reviewed

There’s a line in When Harry met Sally  where the director interviewed an old couple and asked them about “love”.  The old woman says of her husband and falling in love, “you know like you know a good melon.”  As a longtime resident of Westlake Village I was skeptical of the Shoppes at Westlake and […]

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