Peek inside brick Colton Hall, where California’s first constitutional convention took place in 1849. Once the capitol of Alta (Upper)...
Adventures by the Sea
This stately early-19th-century adobe home was built by John Rogers Cooper, a New England sea captain, and three generations of his...
Crown & Anchor
At this basement British pub, the first thing you’ll notice is the red plaid carpeting, then the plentiful draft beers and single-malt...
Old Monterey Marketplace
Rain or shine, head downtown on Tuesdays for farm-fresh fruit and veggies, artisan cheeses, international food stalls and a scrumptious...
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Montrio Bistro information
Inside a 1910 firehouse, Montrio looks dolled up with leather walls and iron trellises, but the tables have butcher paper and crayons for kids. The eclectic seasonal menu mixes local, organic fare with Californian, Asian and European flair, including tapas-style small bites and mini desserts.