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Long-Gone Restaurants ... Which Ones Do You Miss Most?

We've seen a few close down for good in the past few years. What are some of the places that you wished could have held on?

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The story on the Beach Street Diner's planned reopening brought back a lot of memories of the old place—it was the unofficial place for farmers and ranchers to meet in the mornings and the spot to get the most thorough agriculture news in the valley.

Every Patch restaurant story seems to spur recollections of other eateries from times-gone-by. Writing about Jardines in San Juan Bautista led to an education on La Manzana, a restaurant that the late Jardines patriarch Manuel Santana.

Patch reader Steve Bankhead shared that Santana had "local restaurant La Manzana, which was open in the 1980's on the 100 block of West Lake across from the Resetar Hotel. It offered fine food, live music, and a beautifully landscaped courtyard, where one could enjoy an excellent meal enhanced by acoustic guitar or other musical enjoyment."

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