A hillside ‘cable car’ and a meandering path lead you down through lush gardens and waterfalls to this world-famous restaurant on the banks of Soquel Creek. Here you can enjoy creative specials and traditional offerings in an atmosphere of old-world charm and grace.VISIT WEBSITE ››
Santa Cruz County’s rich sandy soil combined with warm sunny days and cool foggy nights create one of the most distinctive geographical areas in California for fruits and vegetables. And there’s no better place to indulge in our fresh produce than our very own farms and markets. There is a farmers market for nearly every day of the week, plus a myriad of local farms and U-picks that welcome visitors.