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Coming from Los Angeles - what does Stockton (and environs, Modesto, Lodi, maybe even Sacramento) have that I simply can't get at home?

Mr Taster | Aug 28, 200901:15 PM     51

We're doing a round of pharmacy school tours of the bay area, and we're ending out trip with a visit to University of the Pacific in Stockton. We're having lunch at the university, but we'll be looking for breakfast in Stockton and dinner anywhere in the area. We might even be open to heading up to Sacramento... possibly spending the night there before returning home.

Our priority is finding local experiences with great food. The type of cuisine really doesn't matter, as long as it's local and delicious.

Since we're from LA, ideally we're looking for something we couldn't taste back home... that means no Mexican, no Chinese, no Vietnamese. I know that Stockton has a Cambodian temple, and the Cambodian community in LA is rather small, so we might be up for some bo loc lac or amok fish.

Looking forward to your suggestions

Mr Taster

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