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Next ‘Taste of Terroirs’ dinner at Mille Fleurs in Rancho Santa Fe features the flavors of Mendoza

Mille Fleurs patio.

After a sold-out dinner in February, Mille Fleurs has announced the next date and theme in its new travel-inspired wine dinner series, Taste of Terroirs. Next up, the series will explore the flavors of Mendoza, world renowned as the center of the Argentinian wine industry and the largest wine producing area in Latin America.

Rancho Santa Fe Bistro features newly renovated patio

Formerly The Pantry, Rancho Santa Fe Bistro has undergone many changes since Mozy Jahanguiri purchased the restaurant last year. Photos/Kristina Houck

In a little more than a year, restaurateur Mozy Jahanguiri has completely renovated Rancho Santa Fe Bistro.

Formerly The Pantry, Jahanguiri changed the village eatery’s name, menu and dining area after purchasing the restaurant in January 2013. He recently finished upgrades to the patio, the latest phase of the renovation.

“I did it all myself,” said Jahanguiri as he pointed to various features of the courtyard. “I built this wall. I ordered this pot from Italy.”

‘Eureka! Gourmet Burgers & Craft Beer’ opens at Westfield UTC Mall

San Diegans with discriminating palates can rejoice in gourmet goodness

Delicias restaurant announces new Chef de Cuisine

RSF’s Delicias restaurant owner Owen Perry recently introduced Steve Molina as Chef de Cuisine

Popular Zel’s Del Mar ready for third anniversary celebration

Greg Glassman and Jenn Powers at Zel’s Del Mar

Jenn Powers and Greg Glassman thought about throwing a party after their restaurant, Zel’s Del Mar, had been open for a year. And they thought about it after the second year but, again, it didn’t happen.

Regulars already making a habit of new Solana Beach burger joint

The Habit specializes in burgers. Photos/Claire Harlin

A burger eatery that made big waves in Santa Barbara more than 40 years ago is finally hitting San Diego. After success in Carmel Mountain, The Habit has opened in Solana Beach at 909 Lomas Santa Fe Drive and will operate from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mondays through Saturdays, and from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays.

The Habit Burger Grill opens near Rancho Santa Fe

The Habit Burger Grill, a California-based restaurant brand, announced recently the opening of its third San Diego area restaurant, located at 909 Lomas Santa Fe Drive just east of the 5 freeway. With two existing restaurants in Mission Valley and Carmel Mountain, and over 50 locations across California and Arizona, The Habit continues its expansion in its home state with this new restaurant in Solana Beach.

Delicias restaurant prepares to unveil new look, new menu

Executive Chef Paul McCabe will roll out a new menu and dining experience at Delicias.  Photo: Karen Billing

Delicias Executive Chef Paul McCabe recently let the smell of freshly baked bread take him back. He warmly recalled the smell from his mother’s kitchen, where she explained how yeast worked to a fascinated young McCabe, the humble beginnings of a culinary career.

Mille Fleurs salutes spring with special Easter brunch, dinner

Come and delight in Chef Martin Woesle’s delicious creations on Mille Fleurs’ charming patio this Easter, April 24, while admiring the beautiful wisteria in bloom for spring, or in the charming quaintness of its dining room.


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