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And Away They Go!
Valerie Rogatsky | July 7, 2014

1. The Brigantine has been preparing for their big season of track-packed action. On opening day, the Solana Beach hillside resto rolls out new food and...

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To Dine For
The Editors and John Mariami, with Lesley Balla and John DeMers | July 2, 2014


Rose. Rabbit. Lie

Don't-Miss Dish Under Feast, plates meant to be shared, you...

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Book Report
Gillian Flynn | July 1, 2014

When Ellen Gustafson got married to her naval officer husband in Annapolis, she enlisted a farmer to grow the herbs and veggies for the reception, and the fish served for dinner was line-caught at the bachelor party. "It was true to form," says...

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The Road Less Traveled
Paul Rubio | July 1, 2014

Despite being the largest city in Baja California Sur, La Paz—the charming capital city of Mexico's 31st state, located two hours north of Los Cabos on the Sea of Cortez, which flaunts a similar sun-kissed marriage of desert and...

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The 50 Finest
Amy Finley | July 1, 2014

Ironside Fish & Oyster
Chef and partner Jason McLeod’s two Michelin stars are at play at this new Little...

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Cup Runneth Over
Amy Finley | June 20, 2014

1. Only World Cup—arguably the hipster universe’s most sacred sporting event—could get the Blind Lady Ale House brewers out of bed and...

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Juicy Couture
Valerie Rogatsky | June 13, 2014

1. The La Jolla beach bungalow housing Nékter is a post-workout scene, with the lean and lithe set rolling in for signature drinks like the Greenie, made with...

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Book It!
Shannon Foley | June 9, 2014

1. Game of Thrones fan? Then get thee to Mysterious Galaxy, S.D.’s headquarters for sci-fi and fantasy lit for more than 20 years. Beloved by bibliophiles and...

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Va-Va Vivace
Amy Finley | Photography by Jessica Sample | May 29, 2014

Carlsbad was the last place I ever expected to make a celebrity sighting. But when my husband, Greg, and I stepped to our fireside seats at the Park Hyatt Aviara’s signature restaurant,...

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All Points North
Amy Finley | May 29, 2014

You’d definitely call them the hot seats—that is, if the custom bar seating that looks onto 30th Street and North Park Way wasn’t cooled by the evening breeze blowing in through roll-up windows. Perched on one of the bright blue...

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Wild Thing
Gillian Flynn | May 29, 2014

The tipis are hand-painted and appointed in Ralph Lauren decor with claw-foot bathtubs. The historic horse and buggies have been meticulously restored by Mennonites. Across 900 ruggedly beautiful square miles in Nevada, Madeleine Pickens has been working for...

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Wild at Heart
Nate Chapnick | May 29, 2014

As is the case with nearly all Lamborghinis, the replacement for the hugely successful Gallardo draws its name, Huracán, from the world of bullfighting. Known for legendary defiance, Huracán was a Spanish bull propelled to fame after an undefeated run in...

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