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Owner of Barrel Aged and Barrelista, Arash Pakzad, has opened yet another downtown eatery in Martinez – this time focusing on good home cooking. “Cuff & Collar” (pictured above) has opened in the former Boscoz Burgerz location at 1500 Pacheco Boulevard, just past the S curve near the courthouse. They serve everything from porkchops to shrimp & grits. For more information, visit their Facebook page, “Cuff & Collar Home Kitchen.” (JOHN GRUBKA / Martinez Tribune)

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  1. Courtney Masella-O'Brien

    Just like everything else Arash and his team do, this place does not disappoint. The amazing Shrimp and Grits are just as delicious as they were at the original Barrel Aged, and the wine is fabulous too. I hope to dine here often.

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