Kim said it had "lots of peach, but not as refreshing as the first two." Alex thought it tasted more like a white. Brian called it exceptional at the price. It also scored about three stars and sells for $17.
After the doors opened in 2008, he would ask his dad each month how much money he could afford to spend. Every penny went into buying the best equipment he could afford. He now owns more than a million dollars worth of equipment, all paid for.
Everything served is minimally processed with no hormones, antibiotics, sucralose, aspartame or MSG. We savored Santa Maria Tri Tip sandwiches, Tuscan chicken with basil aioli, roasted veggies on multi-grain, a coastal croissant with turkey, bacon and avocado and a mouth-watering tri tip chili.
"We were the fun place. I think what we're doing here is the same thing. It just kind of rolled over." They were so used to welcoming people into their Pasadena home it was a natural progression. "The Wilson house is now in Temecula and people who know us say 'you're doing the same thing here you were doing there.'"