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July 2022

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@ranchandcoast ranchandcoast.com 66 JULY 2022 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE P erennial standout Pamplemousse Grille, primely situated on Via de la Valle adjacent to the race track, is helmed by renowned chef and owner Jeffrey Strauss, who has a flair for presentation and a talent for taste that has delighted the palates of the world's most influential epicures. Located on the sand in Del Mar, Poseidon Restaurant (also featured on this month's cover), has dazzled diners with the freshest seafood amid breathtaking ocean views since 1968 — no small feat! Nestled on S. Hwy 101 just north of Via de la Valle, Parioli Italian Bistro is a hidden gem serving up authentic Italian cuisine worth discovering. R ed Tracton's opened in 1988 during the racing season no less, and has been a go-to spot ever since for sports enthusiasts who gather for the J ake's Del Mar is a rarity — one of only two on our list on Del Mar sand. But it's not just beach proximity that keeps people coming back for more than four decades; its staying power is a testament to a crowd- pleasing menu of approachable, delicious coastal cuisine. O ff the sand, One Paseo has brought a handful of new choices to Carmel Valley, many of which have a solid fan base in other beachy (and some landlocked) locations. Parakeet Café's mochas are a little bit of art in a cup, Nick's Del Mar and sister restaurant South of Nick's Mexican Kitchen & Bar (opening this summer on the site of former resident International Smoke) are sure to draw the crowds of their OC cousins, and Tocaya, the Venice-born modern Mex concept, has already gained a loyal following in Westfield UTC. << >> PHOTO BY VINCENT KNAKAL Poseidon Restaurant Del Mar Indulge dining

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