The 2004 Vintage is the first release and introduction to Running Tigers® Syrah. This adventure into ownership started simply as turning a passion for enjoying a great bottle of wine or teaching others to appreciate a great wine (with A Color of Grape Wine Tours and Education). Through relationships with other wine makers, vintners, and other label owners, to finally, after consulting with friend and mentor Mac McDonald, a decision was made to create our own label and brand. Why the name, Running Tigers? Tigers are my favorite exotic wild animals and I've always thought they were graceful, sleek, with a certain character that always got and captured your attention (sounds like a wine description). I discovered a tiger's stripe pattern is unique to that tiger's, much like a fingerprint. The pattern is consistent not only on the hair, but it is also embedded into the tiger's skin. Running because of the fluid and constant motion, in which it changes direction with ease and grace. (Again like a great wine)
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Okay, if you have a taste for ribs head to Seasons in Downtown Davis! It's a Wednesday night special that's not to be missed. I have never had such tender, fall off the bone ribs that were also LOADED with meat! The portion was quite generous too. Along with the unusual toasted sunflower seed cole slaw and polenta cake it was one of the best meals I've ever had. I'm 60 and I've eaten my fair share of ribs, so when I say they were wonderful I know what I'm talking about! The apples that adorned the pork chop, also delicious, and the house smoked chicken risotto as well. Pickled beet salads and Salmon dinner were also very good, as well as the potato leek soup. Nice atmosphere too.
An exceptional local treat to enjoy a mixologist's expertise, wood fired mussels, or a great NY steak. Beautiful heated patio (train whistle lovers prepare yourselves). Chef Cullen Neuhoff slips in a stellar rabbit confit bolognese and beef lengua tacos at perfect times and Hungarian libation influences pop up from the establishment's owner. Davis' Season's should not to be confused with the Bay Area late night pancake purveyor of the same name.
I used to order the salmon potato pizza. I do not see it on the menu today but when it is in order it. furthermore, if enough people request, maybe this item will return. It worked at Konditorei for the pear marzipan souffle. The pizza is not expensive and it is the signature item so opt for the pizza here. This is the best restaurant in downtown Davis. It also has a parking lot across the street which is a big deal in Davis.