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  • Growers Direct

    101 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Growers Ranch Market

    2016 Costa Mesa Freeway Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • The Hood Kitchen Space + Market

    350-A Clinton St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Mother

    Mother's Market & Kitchen

    1890 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-631-4741 Those uninitiated to the Mother's Market vernacular will find the menu's glossary helpful. There are definitions for terms such as TVP (textured vegetable protein), soyrizo (a soy-based version of the spicy Spanish sausage) and seitan (whole-wheat protein). Asterisks indicate something is organic. A heart icon means a dish is vegan. You won't need to refer to it, however, when you read the restaurant's roster of all-day breakfast dishes. Here, fried eggs, omelets and roasted potatoes are featured on plates that could pass muster at a real meat-eater's diner. The salsa that comes with the huevos rancheros could burn a hole through the plate. And even covered in non-dairy gravy, the biscuits for the country breakfast would satisfy a long-haul trucker from the South. For lunch, we would argue that no greater tuna melt exists outside these walls. More >>

  • Picnics

    435 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Savory Spice Shop

    3313 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Surfas Culinary District

    Surfas Culinary District

    3309 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-453-2665 Surfas Culinary District is a market in Costa Mesa. Take a Williams-Sonoma, mix it up with a Costco, add a dash of Smart & Final, season it with a little bit of Whole Foods, and you have Surfas. At its core, the place is a food hobbyist’s toy store where some major coin can be dropped on professional-grade equipment and supplies. Every conceivable gadget and doodad a chef, baker or restaurateur could ever need is here, from fancy cocktail skewers with those cute curlicue tops to a gigantic commercial mixer with a dough hook large enough to be mistaken for one of the Queen Mary’s propeller blades. Surfas also has a restaurant, which is a destination in and of itself, that makes one of the better burgers in the county. This is a serious adult burger—a burger that utilizes no less than a Kobe beef patty cooked to spec, stung with just the right amount of Point Reyes blue cheese, a measured smear of horseradish mayo, fistfuls of arugula, red onion and a slice of tomato. All of it is hugged by a shiny, well-toasted challah bun well-suited for the messy, juicy characteristics of the sandwich. It’s kind of expensive at nearly $13 a pop, but worthy. More >>

  • Valenza Chocolatier

    Valenza Chocolatier

    350 Clinton St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

    Artisan chocolates made in Costa Mesa. More >>