The Call of Garlic
Then it was on to Gilroy Garlic Festival. Although the GGF always has great food, the best part about staying in Gilroy was eating (more than once!) at the Bevi Bistro turned Bevi Bed & Breakfast! This is a very exclusive place with just one room open to out-of-town guests, but food to die for!
The next night was leftovers, just as delicious the second time around. Maybe better because it was family-style around the kitchen table. The next night was a cool, crisp and just right Chinese chicken salad from the local bowling alley (that’s right, the bowling alley) – the perfect dish after a day in the sun in Gilroy.
When I checked out on my last morning there, I was given an entire loaf of Portuguese Sweet Bread. It was home-made and special ordered from the legion of Portuguese bakers in Gilroy – toasted and buttered, scrump-dilly-iscious!