At Grocery Outlet of MOORPARK, Terry & linda Voorhees love brands. Like, really love them. That’s why we work so hard every day to bring our customers the brands they love at prices that are nothing short of pure bliss. In fact, we’ve been helping customers save big since 1946. That’s when our founder Jim Read opened his very first store, selling military surplus at deep discount prices.
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OUR MISSION IS TO HELP YOU RAISE A CONFIDENT, FOCUSED LEADER WITH THE LIFE TRANSFORMING EXPERIENCE THAT IS MARTIAL ARTS, WHILE US ADULTS TRAIN TO GET IN THE BEST SHAPE OF OUR LIVES.
Hi, my name is Grandmaster Jason Flame and I am the owner of Tang Soo Do University - Moorpark. When I was a child, I began my martial arts journey and the positive impact it had on my life was remarkable. It was always my dream to someday own my own school, and when I opened Tang Soo Do University - Moorpark in 1994, I made a commitment to our community in Moorpark to create an enjoyable environment for students to improve their fitness while building confidence they can carry into their everyday lives.
Our children's martial arts program creates leaders. We do this by teaching the same values you teach at home. Our adult program is second to none. From traditional martial arts to more modern self-defense styles, there is something for everyone at Tang Soo Do University - Moorpark. If you are looking to burn major calories, learn self-defense moves and get in the best shape of your life, you must come and check out our program.
Imagine yourself or your child as a stronger, more confident individual in your best physical and mental shape. I want to personally invite you to take advantage of our introductory trial offer and turn that vision into a reality. See you on the mat!
Navarro Vineyards was founded in 1973 by Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn. In the early seventies, Ted and Deborah were searching for a perfect place to grow Gewürztraminer and settled on a 900 acre sheep ranch in the Anderson Valley. The ranch has a rugged terrain and climate similar to Alsace which promised that the grapes would ripen late in the growing season with tart acidity. During the last forty + years they have planted about 120 acres of grapes. As well as their beloved Gewürztraminer, Navarro grows estate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Muscat Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc. Ted and Deborah have been joined by their grown children, Aaron and Sarah Cahn Bennett, who are actively involved in the family business
There is something special about beer. Something uniquely intrinsic about its nature that brings people together to celebrate life, feats of strength and the honor earned from a hard day's work.
So take hold of your glass, and raise it high. Here's to you. Here's to the day. And here's to the glory and the power of beer.
Enegren Brewing Company started in the dorm rooms of Loyola Marymount University where Brew Captain Chris Enegren brewed his first batches with extract on a friend's on-campus apartment stove. Chris quickly outgrew his stovetop setup and designed and built a 10-gallon all grain system that summer. At this point he had moved out of the dorms and into a house off campus where his younger brother Matt joined in brewing. As a side note this may be the first civilized meeting of the two brothers in the 18 years they had been around one another. They brewed together for a year with help from several friends before they had to move the brewery. Enter Brew Chief Joe Nascenzi. Joe and Chris played on the LMU Lacrosse team together and when Joe heard that Chris was looking for a place to relocate the brewery, he gladly offered up his backyard and garage. Thus the three EBC crew were formed.
After graduation, the 10 gallon brewery moved back to the Enegren family residence in Moorpark California where it got a complete overhaul and became an automated brewery. The goal then was create a brewery where we could repeat our batches with reasonable consistency in order to finalize recipes with the hopes of a commercial brewing future. Then one morning as the three of us were just finishing up an all night double brew, we realized that if we were going to put so much time and money into brewing, we might as well go for our commercial dreams.
And so we created our commercial brewery. We moved to a custom 3-barrel brewery in designed by Chris and built by Premier Stainless in San Diego. We opened on July 31st 2011 with two beers on tap - Valkyrie Altbier and Protector IPA. We soon expanded to additional seasonal brews, various special releases and several barrel aged brews.
We soon reached our max capacity at this small 3-BBL brewery and in 2013 began planning a new 15-barrel brewery in a new, larger location in Moorpark.
On January 24th, 2015 we opened our new 15 barrel brewery a block away from our old brewery. This new brewery increased our capacity by over 5 times with room to grow over the next few years. We also expanded our tasting room, added more taps, and expanded our distribution around the community. Currently we're ramping up production and working toward additional fermentation capacity.
Cavaletti Vineyards focuses on producing wines that authentically express unique vineyard sites in and around Ventura County.
The abundant sun and cool nights of the coastal and high altitude microclimates produce elegant and balanced expressions of Rhone varietals like Syrah, Mouvedre, and Grenache. Zinfandel, Sangiovese, and Tempranillo achieve richness and full complexity in the warmer climate locations. We believe that both cool climate and warm climate sites have interesting things to say and should be celebrated.
Our philosophy is to interpret the vintage, gently guide it, and honestly share what it has to say. We are farmers first and foremost. Winemaking has sex appeal, but that obscures the fact that it is mostly farming and hard work. Our role is as stewards of the land and accept that nature is doing the real work and that we play only a small supporting role.
Our vineyard practices focus on respecting the natural resources we have and delivering them in better condition to the next generation. We farm multiple vineyards ourselves and partner with thoughtful farmers in our area.
Our wines are released twice per year to our mailing list customers and are available at select retailers and restaurants in Southern California.
Patrick Kelley grew up in the small town of Niantic, Connecticut and didn’t know anybody that drank wine. His father was a commercial fisherman and he spent his summers working as a deckhand on their lobster boat. This led to a curiosity about the natural world around him and the value of a day’s work. He attended Springfield College and muddled his way academically to a degree in the biological sciences while spending most of his effort on earning all American honors as a captain of the wrestling team. Upon graduating he miraculously got a job at a Yale University affiliated research laboratory where they somehow never asked what his grade point average was. In a moment of foreshadowing a professor mentioned that he ought to go apply to the school of forestry because, “It seems like the right kind of career for you.” He ignored that sage advice and instead moved to Southern California where he embarked on a conventional career in the life sciences and got married. Moving to rural Ventura County years later sparked an interest in farming. He began to apply his background and professional experience to learning the science of viticulture and enology while also experimenting in his vineyard.
He founded Cavaletti Vineyards in 2016.
Explore the 1,000 acre Saddlerock Ranch and vineyard in Malibu. Your trusty guide and driver team will lead the adventure on custom-built open-air Safari vehicles. You'll make stops along the way to take in the scenery, taste local wines, and get up close and personal with animals you never knew were Angelinos too: zebras, camels, alpacas, bison, and even Stanley the Giraffe - all just 30 minutes from LA.
Vinemark Cellars Winemaker Mark Wasserman grew up watching his grandfather, Papa Joe, make wine in his basement in Ontario, California for friends and family to enjoy. It was only fitting that later in his life, Mark would set out to honor his grandfather's legacy by crafting wines from premium select vineyards throughout California, including vineyards in Santa Ynez, Paso Robles, Monterey and Napa Valley. Mark believes that wine is made in the vineyard, and not limiting himself to an Estate vineyard gives him the opportunity to source fruit with the best varietal characters. Rather than forcing himself to fit a set style of wine, Mark lets the vineyards express their fruit forward flavors and attributes. By not over-extracting or overpowering the wines in the cellar, Mark is pleased to offer wines with bold fruit, complexity and delightfully balanced tannins.
Meet Your Winemakers
We came to be winery owners and winemakers by going a little overboard in our quest for enjoyable wine tasting experiences. We were pretty serious wine “geeks” for at least 10 years before we switched from the “tasting” side of the bar to the winemaker side. We knew what we loved about wine, as well as a few things we didn’t like, and we work hard to keep the fun side foremost. Much has changed since our first vintage, and we’ve learned a lot, but we have never lost sight of our goal….”make the best wine we can, and make visiting the winery and tasting the wine as enjoyable as possible.”
Cantara Cellars produces premium wines at our winery located in Camarillo, in the heart of Ventura County Wine Country. Take a day or a weekend to tour wineries local to Southern California. We’re less than an hour drive from all parts of the greater Los Angeles area. Take a winery tour and make of day of wine tasting with your friends. If you have more time, you can do wine tasting at more than 15 wineries or tasting rooms within a 30 minute drive. For more information visit www.vcwines.com.
Ventura County Wineries serve wine lovers from throughout Los Angeles, Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Pasadena, Burbank, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Calabasas, Agoura, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, and Ojai.
Cantara Cellars began in 2002 as a private winery at Mike and Chris Brown’s Moorpark home. With their home located in the “Cantara” section of the Serenata development it only seemed fitting to name it “Cantara Cellars”.
Beginning with just 250 pounds of Chardonnay hand harvested from Mike’s parent’s vineyards in Lodi California, they fermented their first 18 gallons of wine! Over the next five years they carefully selected additional wine grape sources, increased their knowledge of winemaking, refined their wine style, expanded grape varieties, and increased production. This culminated with the opening of a public tasting room in October 2007.
The winery has consistently grown and now harvests more than 50 tons of 10 varietals each fall.
Overview and Mission
Alma Sol is a family-owned and operated, micro-boutique winery, sourcing premium fruit from both Estate and other top vineyard sites in the beautiful Paso Robles appellation. From the very beginning, the mission has been to craft exceptional Bordeaux wines, both single varietals and special blends – though they will occasionally be inspired to produce limited releases of non-Bordeaux varietals as well. Alma Sol hand-picks their grapes in small lots, respect the fruit, guide its natural potential, and simply focus on hands-on, artisan winemaking.
It all began in 2002, during weekend trips to the family’s vineyard in Paso Robles and spending more time with the family business. In Paso Robles, they found the winemakers and winery owners highly accessible and approachable – so much so, that they came to know the area and the industry extremely well in little time. It started with learning about vineyard practices, the kinds of varietals that grow well in the area, and then gradually extended into learning about the entire winemaking operation.
John and Lisa became officially licensed in 2011 under the name of Alma Sol, which brings together two critical elements needed to craft exceptional wines – “soul” and “sun”. While Paso is well-known for its Zinfandel – and more recently, award-winning Rhone varietals and blends – John and Lisa decided that they wanted to make the best Cabernet Sauvignon they could by using Paso Robles fruit, to prove that a great Bordeaux could be realized in the Central Coast. Their first commercial vintage was in 2009. The inaugural releases received numerous accolades, including 90 Pts from Wine Enthusiast.
OUR ROOTS: The start of 818 Brewing can be traced back to three things — the discovery of a new bar, our curiosity and our entrepreneurial spirit.
The time spent at a new, local bar was actually our crash course to the craft brew scene. Thanks to this crazy new bar in Winnetka, CA and our buddy the bartender, we were introduced to new styles of beer that were much different than the commercial brands we were used to. After many conversations on the process of making beer and the brewing techniques of smaller breweries, we decided to take a chance at brewing our own malted, adult beverages!
We signed up for a Maltose Falcons class, bought a brewing kit and a turkey fryer and made a batch of beer on June 23, 2012. After this first batch, we were hooked! We invested more time in learning about the process, fabricated custom brewing equipment and experimented with new recipes while tweaking them to make them our own.
After serving samples of our homemade brews and getting positive feedback, we began talking of doing it legit and opening up a brewery! Given our Valley roots and the fact our beer was brewed out of a garage in Sylmar, CA, we decided 818 Brewing was the perfect name and we filed our paperwork in October 2014 for our new venture.
What we’ve enjoyed the most along our journey is the sense of community within the craft brew scene. Not many products can bring together men and women of different nationalities, age groups, religious beliefs, income levels, political views – and even fellow brewers! – And create a moment of common ground. 8 one 8 Brewing is proud to offer a product that brings us together to say cheers!
Our Winery is situated under the watchful eye of the Topa Topa Mountain range in the Upper Ojai Valley, surrounded by ancient oaks and majestic redwoods. Owner Lauro Guerra built the winery to pursue his passion for viticulture and wine and to showcase exceptional wines made from grapes grown in the Ojai Valley Region.
The first estate vines were planted in 2009, with varietals selected based on the region’s unique climate and soil, after extensive research and analysis. Some of the plantings brought new varietals to the Ojai region, such as Barbera, Tempranillo, Carmenere and Touriga Nacionale. Others have long thrived in the region, including Syrah, Grenache and Viognier.
In addition to estate grown varietals, we are now producing high quality wines using grapes grown on neighboring farms, as well as grapes sourced from neighboring Santa Barbara county. We select only the highest quality grapes, grown on sustainably farmed vineyards, managed by growers who allow us to maintain careful control of the farming practices and techniques. We regularly visit the vineyards during the growing season to ensure that the highest quality standards are met, and carefully taste and measure for ripeness to determine optimal picking dates.
All of our wine is produced using techniques designed to reveal the flavors inherent in each varietal, as developed by the unique climate and terroir of our vineyards and then are aged in a mix of old and new French oak barrels. We carefully monitor the aging process and, when the wine is ready, bottle it under strict standards. The wine is then further aged until it is ready for your enjoyment.
Winemaker Dominic O’Reilly’s winemaking career began at Owen Roe, his family’s winery, which has facilities in Washington and Oregon. He worked his way quickly from cellar-rat to management, gaining many skills in this fast-paced and competitive industry. Dominic developed a deep-rooted passion for the art of making and tasting wines, and soon began honing skills towards terroir-driven and European influenced styles.
Having begun his education in wine at an early age, Dominic chose to study Philosophy and Literature rather than pursue a degree in enology. After college, he began a life-changing role at the Ojai Vineyard in 2010, where he fell in love with the terroir and regions of Southern California and decided to devote his career to understanding it. Working closely with Adam Tolmach at the Ojai Vineyard, Dominic further refined his skills and style. In 2014, after a year of consulting, Dominic accepted the position of head winemaker for Topa Mountain Winery. Dominic has also broadened his experience with harvests in Australia at Killikanoon Winery, located in the Clare Valley, as well as Isabel Estate in Marlborough, New Zealand. He continues to consult for wineries and vineyards both locally and internationally.
Dominic has taken full advantage of the many microclimates spread across Santa Barbara County and Ojai. With his wines, he has been able to achieve complexity, marrying a balanced and refreshing style with the fruit and flavor evocative of our warmer Southern California climate.
Make a range of delicious beers! We offer beers with a malty and light hop profile, and beers with plenty of hops to chew on!
Flat Fish Brewing Company is an extension of the team that created the Cantara Cellars winery in 2005. Planning for the brewery began in earnest in late 2014 when we leased another 3,500 square feet of production and retail space for our future brewery. It required another four years to round-up money, licenses, and wait for some California alcohol laws to change. In January 2018, laws were enacted that allowed us to serve both beer and wine in a common defined area. We’re one of the first beer and wine manufacturers allowed to operate in this manner.
"There is no better feeling than having the support and love of friends and family. Vinos Unidos came together as a group of friends and neighbors who love wine, and one thing led to the next. We chose the name Vinos Unidos ("United Wines") to show our connection with wine and each other, and to highlight our diverse backgrounds. We share food, drink, beliefs and life. Having our own label seemed like a faraway dream. With the support and expertise of the beautiful people in Napa Valley, our dream came true. All our wines are premium wines from Napa and Sonoma, California. We started the company with the idea of helping others through our own passion. Ten percent of our profits go towards college scholarships for kids going into viticulture, enology and culinary arts. We invite you to be part of our Vinos Unidos family. Salud!"
With a passion for the artistry behind winemaking coupled with an appreciation of a balanced lifestyle, Melissa brings a unique vision and spirit to her role at Meiomi. Melissa aspires to create wines that are meant to be enjoyed while laughing and sharing a delicious meal with friends and family.
While laidback and easygoing by nature, Melissa has an extensive and impressive background at some of California's top wineries. Melissa approaches her role as Meiomi winemaker as an exercise in balancing the best fruit of Sonoma, Monterey and Santa Barbara Counties.
In her blends of the cool-climate grapes, she creates wines of bold character and harmony – ripe and rich, with expressive depth and taste.
Lucas Sellers Wine started because, obviously, we love wine! But, we had longed to learn more about this wonderful beverage. As we would go wine tasting, we would pick the brains of winemakers and asked a ton of questions. Our curiosity grew and grew the more we found out how complex wine can be! Luigi looked at Kimberley one day and said why can't we do this... make wine and then talk about how we made it with new friends every day in our own tasting room? We set out to make this dream happen and here we are, getting closer to the day we open our tasting room. We currently have two vintages in barrels, our first vintage, 2016, was just bottled!
Lucas Sellers comes from our last name being Lucas and Kimberley's grandmother's last name was Sellers. She played an intricate role in her life and her children's lives, and not to mention, her love for Cabernet Sauvignon. We have two boys, three girls, two dogs and a cat. We want our wine brand to represent our family. It is why we are doing this and hope one day our children will take over and it will always represent the love we put into our family and the making of our wine.
A Bandit never knows when a good idea will come to him, it might be while trying to outrun a group of Pinkertons or maybe around a camp fire on the banks of the Dirty Devil River, while hiding out in Robber's Roost. It may just be while drinking a beer, barbecuing in a back yard in Malibu.
Ron Parker, head Bandit and founder of Bandits' Grill and Bar, isn't quite sure when the idea to open Bandits' came to him, but everyone agrees it was a good one. A veteran of the restaurant business since he was 13 and a devoted barbecue aficionado, Ron knew he wanted to create the best barbecue experience possible. In 1990 he opened the first Bandits' in Thousand Oaks and the "Legend" began to grow. Soon proclaimed "Best Barbecue In Los Angeles" the original small restaurant in Thousand Oaks was overflowing and Bandits' Camarillo was opened another location was added in Cottonwood Heights Utah.
Cafe Society: McGregor’s in Moorpark is family-owned affair with craft-brew flair
Excerpts from article by VCS staff writer Lisa McKinnon, which appeared in the Ventura County Star
The family that studies and drinks beer together opens a taproom and bottle shop together.
That's the story behind McGregor's Craft Beer & Wine, which debuted in Moorpark's Tuscany Square shopping center on Father's Day.
"We're really enjoying sharing our discoveries with customers," said Ormiston. "We only just opened, but we already have regulars."
Decorated with comfy love seats and a bookcase equipped with board games and JENGA, the bar area looks a bit like an adults-only coffeehouse (entry is limited to those age 21 and older).
Tables offer plenty of elbow room to gather over pints and taster paddles. Patrons can turn any beer into a float by ordering a scoop of ice cream ($1).
Dozens of other craft beers in cans and bottles are stocked in a refrigerated case next to shelves of wine. Items from the bottle shop may be purchased to go or to consume on the premises.
For over 30 years, we’ve had the privilege of providing memorable culinary experiences and seamless service to parties, weddings and milestone occasions. While this is what we do every day, we understand that we’re helping you create once-in-a-lifetime memories… which is why we are so passionate about your event. From the lemonade stand to the served entree; from the buffet floral to the placesetting—we’re perfectionists, and aim to surpass your expectations down to the very last detail.
Our seasoned team of dedicated professionals consistently delivers the perfect combination of great food, stunning design and exceptional customer service. We love this industry. We love our clients! And we’re constantly striving to be the best at what we do. Which means we not only offer guidance: We also listen. Your vision + our expertise.It’s a winning combination!
TIME COUNTS AT A BREWHOUSE
Discover the exceptional pleasures of irresistibly smooth chocolate truffles, handcrafted with the awe-inspiring sensation of legendary white chocolate or 60% dark cacao, Filled with a variety of inspired flavors from smooth caramel, cappuccino, espresso or just pure creamy chocolate ganache, One taste and you will understand what makes these chocolates irresistible.
Where does the name come from?
Taste No Evil has two inspirations….
….The first, is simply enjoying quality, handcrafted and homemade goodness. After sharing our treats with friends and family for years, we were overwhelmed with encouragement to share with everyone!
Second, we have three beautiful daughters who have been our “little monkeys” since they came into our lives. The laughter and joy they bring us inspired our brand and continue to inspire us in everything we do.