Macduff Everton will be signing his Book of Santa Barbara on December 18th from 5-8pm at wall space gallery on 116 East Yanonali Street C-1in the funk zone.
Looking for a way to use smaller pieces of wood that would be scraps after making furniture, the Industry Home folks have cleverly created these appealing cutting boards made from maple, walnut, reclaimed oak and cherry. Prices range from $60 for the CA cutting board up to $115 for the larger rectangular wood cutting boards. A portion of sales goes to Share our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign. It is a campaign to end childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy good they need, every day.
Patxi's Pizza (pronounced PAH-cheese. 't' before 'x') is best known for its authentic signature deep dish pizza baked in a traditional slow rotating oven. It was named by Esquire magazine as one of the "Top 10 Life Changing Pizzas." Opening on December 9th, the Santa Barbara restaurant also offers a light and crispy Italian-style thin pizza, featuring imported Italian Double Zero flour and baked to perfection in a 900-degree imported Italian oven. A thin gluten-free crust is available as well.
On December 4th from 5-8 pm this First Thursday, Sullivan Goss is pleased to announce the sixth annual 100 GRAND exhibition. Featuring 100 quality works of art for $1,000 or less, the exhibition has become an incubator of emerging talent, an entryway for beginning collectors, a holiday celebration in the art community, and an ever timely reminder that everyone’s life is improved by the addition of original works of art.
SEARCHING FOR A RESIDENCE IN SANTA BARBARA, ASIA AND ANDREW ANTHONY CAME UPON A RANCH-STYLE HOUSE THAT OWNER MARK KIRKHART, A PRINCIPAL AND CO-DIRECTOR OF DESIGN AT DesignARC, which has offices in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, had turned into an airy, light-filled modern dwelling with a pleasing interplay between interior and exterior spaces. Accustomed to the frigid winters of Toronto, Canada, Andrew, a television executive, and Asia, a yoga instructor and photographer, immediately fell in love with the design and how it took advantage of the mild local climate.
If you fondly recall the days of white-table-cloth restaurants where encyclopedic menus provided an exquisite overload of classic dishes, then you’ll love Sly’s in Carpinteria. Conceived as a steak and seafood house á la San Francisco’s renowned Tadich Grill, the six-year-old restaurant run by the French-trained, much-traveled chef James Sly and his wife, Annie, is a something-for-everyone kind of place.
You can probably count on one hand - maybe even one finger - the number of Santa Barbara restaurants that have been not only on the scene, but at the top of it for thirty years. Louie’s California Bistro has. In an era defined by the quick hit and the latest trend, Louie’s has endured by remaining true to first principles: a warm welcome; friendly, professional service; and great food served in a soothing environment.
What began as a major passion for jewelry has blossomed into one of the best shopping destinations in Santa Ynez. Nearly 13 years ago, owner Cherise Osha, opened the doors to her lovely cottage-like treasure trove of jewelry, clothing, accessories and gift ideas for the home. Since then, Forever Posh has developed a well-earned following, including both locals and guests from out-of-town, who would not consider a visit to the Valley complete without popping into this must-shop stop.
Wall Space Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition featuring gallery artist Barbara Parmet paired with guest artist Christa Blackwood exploring the ideas of identity, connectedness and sense of place. Both artists incorporate texture and alternative processes to craft unique one of a kind images exploring visual and emotional boundaries.
It finally rained!! and feels a little like autumn so let's celebrate with Nancy Newcomer's Easy Linguine with Arugula and Italian Sausage which is quick, easy, and satisfying. Perfect for the family or an impromptu dinner party, your house will be filled with the smell of garlic and olive oil. Biting into a sweet, juicy pear or a crisp, tart apple brings a burst of pure autumn.
Rossell Studer, who owns Crazy Good Bread Co. with her mother and partner, Bettie Miller, isn’t a baker; she’s a foodie who loves bread, a self-described “eater who knows what I like.” One thing she likes better than just about anything is bread “made the way it is meant to be made.” That means flour, water, salt, an all-natural starter and no commercial yeast. It also means bread with personality and pizzazz.
Escape to the charming & historical San Marcos Courtyard on Saturday November 8th to enjoy an evening of delicious wines & Italian bites. Follow along with the resident Sommelier, Carlos Mascherin as you delight in a flight of four Sangiovese wines while nibbling Italian hor'dourves by Via Maestra 42. Armada Wine & Beer Merchant is hosting A Tuscan Evening - an escape to the charming & historical San Marcos Courtyard to enjoy an evening of delicious wines & Italian bites.
Q/A with Mary Benenati, founder and owner of Onward Art & Design, a fanciful interior design store that presents design in the context of a living space, using an playful mix of furniture, objects and art.