The fishing families that settled the shores of Monterey Bay have long influenced the community's economy as well as its cuisine. As immigrants from China, Japan and Italy harvested ocean-fresh salmon, abalone and sardines, the flavors they caught and cooked became the foundation of Cannery Row’s culinary traditions. Today, crisp produce from nearby Salinas and Carmel Valley farms – the same countryside that inspired John Steinbeck's agricultural tales – continues to enhance dishes prepared in both fine waterfront restaurants and casual cafes. Serving these locally sourced foods with Monterey County wines guarantees an authentic, unforgettable, only-on-Cannery Row dining experience.
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