The Wicked Spoon

The design is stunning, and so is the lineup here: Guinness pancakes, pastrami hash and homemade pecan sticky buns for breakfast; assorted salumi, smoked salmon, Korean beef salad and boutique California cheeses for lunch; and a dinnertime carving station with whole legs of lamb and roasted bone marrow. Korean-style short ribs (kalbi) and the buffet’s dim sum selection alone put the competition to shame.

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If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll discover a neighborhood eatery that you frequent so often that it feels like a second home. That was the case for Rhonda and Jeff Wyatt, who fell in love with a deli and wine market that opened across the street from their Desert Shores home. When Marché Bacchus debuted in a small shopping complex in 2000, the Wyatts were among its first customers.

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