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Tinnery Restaurant

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Tinnery Restaurant

Be advised that the Tinnery is now closed and has reopened under another name - haven't been to the new place

posts: 28,768
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Just an update, it is now called Latitudes and owned by Tene Shake who also has a Mexican restaurant on the wharf and a seafood place called Isabella's. We dined at Isabella's on Sat. and it was pretty good, excellent views from every table of the marina and ocean. www.coastalcuisine.com is the website for more info. Enjoy! :)

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for Monterey, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Monterey Peninsula
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I believe that Latitudes' food is average and overpriced. The views are beautiful, but you can get much better and better-priced food elsewhere.

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Hi PG, we did not care for it when it was the Tinnery, I was hoping it was better now. The White House is at the top of our list for our next meal in PG. We almost went to Taste, but I just wanted a meal with the views of the ocean this trip! :)

Pacific Grove...
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for Monterey, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Monterey Peninsula
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Syrah, I'm glad you enjoy PG so much. Living here, I sometimes lose sight of its charms, so it's great to be reminded.

Los Gatos...
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Thanks Syra and PG for the info.

I loved the Tinnery years ago, until they tried to be family friendly and reduced the portion size to reduce the prices. Even stayed next door at the one story hotel, because of it's location to the Tinnery.

I've popped onto Monterey, Pacific Grove, and Camel's forums to find new places to eat.

I've been stuck in a rut. Mostly eating at Albonettis(sp) on the wharf,

Sapporo where the old Tony Romas was, and maybe Phil's in Moss Landing.

Thanks for the Whaling Station PG, I'll have to take the wife there soon.

I've been in Prunedale for the last 15 years. You'd think I'd get out more! =)

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for Monterey, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Monterey Peninsula
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lol, Lowrance! I'm a creature of habit when it comes to restaurants, too, although I make an effort to try the new ones. A few other suggestions for you to try: Tarpy's Roadhouse (Mty), Red House Cafe (PG), Taste Cafe and Bistro (PG), Cafe Rustica (Carmel Valley Village), Little Napoli (Carmel), Grasings (Carmel). Enjoy!

Los Gatos...
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Thanks for the list! =)

Kaneohe, HI
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Hi markhllr,

I hope you can provide some ideas for my wife and me regarding relocation to the Salinas area. We are thinking that we might live anywhere from Morgan Hill to Monterey. We are willing to pay up to about $2000/mo. to rent a 3br/2ba house somewhere. I have been researching various communities, which is quite difficult from our current location on Oahu. What can you tell me about the merits (the arts, cuisine, safety, affordability) of some of the cities you are familiar with in the area, such as Prunedale, Watsonville, Marina, Gilroy, etc. Any personal general impressions would be great, especially regarding the less known, smallish towns.

Thanks,

CBT