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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

    The Hood Kitchen is a market in Costa Mesa. Here, small-batch food makers rent commercial kitchen space (along with tools, consulting, even walk-in fridges) in order to legally prepare their goodies. The scene was out of 19th-century small-town America: butchers breaking down cuts just a couple of tables down from bakers who were sharing their latest creations with the hot sauce guy. From here, the food crafters take their products to other places, with the hope that one day they can leave this wonderful training camp and have a space of their own. Here, the public can buy a good selection of products made at the Hood Kitchen, as well as see people in action through a couple of windows. The wares available are always in rotation (a more permanent selection is online) but can range from delightful Sola Jams to the tasty crystals of the Laguna Co. to the surprisingly tasty Heidi’s Salsa to the adventurous Pernicious Pickling Co. And Toot Sweet’s caramels? Perfectly chewy. More >>

  • 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 >>