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Pizza On Tap is your neighborhood Pizza Shop featuring large screens & local craft brews. Our taps are constantly changing, and our menu is more than just pizza. Bring in your family & friends for a night out without leaving Vista! We're an ideal spot to enjoy a great selection of beer, delicious food, and watch sports. Build your own pizza, or choose from our combos like the BBQ Chicken, Hawaiian, or Vegetarian. We serve pasta dishes including Spaghetti with Meatballs, Chicken Alfredo, and Cheese Ravioli. Our menu also features Subs, Wings, Jalapeño Poppers, and Desserts. Find us north of Ronald Packard Pkwy on Vista Way. We're located near the Casita Center for Technology & MiraCosta College. Order online for carry-out or delivery today!
Welcome to Z's Kitchen in Orange. You can find all your favorite Chinese and Asian Cuisine. Find us a 3138 East Chapman Avenue, near Prospect St. Not far from Carnival Midway Attractions and just 6 minutes away from Chapman University. Order online now for takeout and delivery.
"SUM" refers to the well-traveled youths of owners Jessica, a professional racecar driver, and Steve, the son of a famous radio personality. Influenced by their global travels, recipes comprised of fresh, locally sourced (whenever possible) ingredients paired with heartfelt cooking are the foundation of Sum Pig "PIG" not only refers to our delicious smoked meats, but our portion sizes as well. We encourage our valued customers, who we affectionately refer to as friends, to PIG OUT! We strive to place a smile on your face and leave your hunger a distant memory. Please contact us at any time to speak with our knowledgable catering department to create a menu that suits your taste as well as your budget!
Bardo Farm is an off-the-grid family farm focusing on permaculture using a balance of livestock, gardening, maple sugaring, foraging, forestry, and more. We raise a broad range of animals and grow a variety of vegetables. Currently, our pigs and chickens rule the farm (the chickens in numbers, the pigs in attitude). But we are always open to introducing new animals and projects. Our gardens are organic. Our animals are free range, woodland- and pasture-raised, cage-free, and people-friendly due to the attention and love we give them. Our goal is to raise happy, healthy animals, and we are always seeking ways to improve our methods and their quality of life. ‘Bardo’ is a Tibetan word meaning ‘between lives’, and it has been the goal of the Bardo Project to provide a place where people can pause, reconsider their values and their strengths, and start moving in a direction that is aligned with those. Bardo is owned and operated by Neil & Emily Smith and Ian & Jody Underwood. The four of us moved to New Hampshire in September 2007. We bought a large property with an off-the-grid house so we could pursue our own “bardo”. We have since started breeding pigs and rabbits and raising calves, turkeys, and chickens.