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November 2023

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Center, offering seafood towers, huge steaks, and inventive cocktails in a luxurious setting. If travel is in your plans, Travel Editor Elizabeth Hansen offers plenty of reasons to visit the Big Apple. Broadway is back, she reports, offering a list of must-see plays and musicals including Hell's Kitchen, loosely based on the life of Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and La Jolla resident Alicia Keys, who wrote songs for the show. Managing Editor Deanna Murphy travels to e Green O, a luxurious adults-only resort in Montana on a working cattle ranch. Roughing it, she says, it is not. Our "New, Now, Next" feature is as stuffed as a anksgiving turkey with festive happenings this month and next, including the San Diego Botanic Garden's Lightscape, the Encinitas Holiday Street Fair and 5K Turkey Trot, Del Mar's Winter Taste & Sip, and much more, closing out the year with the Holiday Bowl on December 27 at Petco Park. Whew! We at Ranch & Coast wish you a Happy anksgiving and a joyful holiday season. Letter from the Editor Pan Roasted Alaskan Halibut at the newly revamped Mister A's, which continues to honor its half-century legacy as a top-tier dining destination Photography by Vincent Knakal on the cover Andrea Naversen, Editor-at-Large Instagram: @ranchandcoast C an you believe it? e holidays are upon us! So much of this time centers on community and gathering with friends and family, whether at home or at local restaurants. We at Ranch & Coast are especially excited that e Inn at Rancho Santa Fe opens to the public this month after an extensive, yearlong renovation. e hotel's rooms and public spaces have a fresh new look, and an elegant restaurant and bar have debuted. Lilian's, named after the famed architect Lilian J. Rice, and Bing's Bar, an homage to the Hollywood star and crooner Bing Crosby, are ready to welcome hotel guests and locals. Last month, on the Inn's broad lawn, Ranch & Coast was proud to sponsor the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club's Taste of Rancho Santa Fe, co-chaired by Publisher Bob Stefanko and Jerah Payne of e Heritage Escrow Company with extensive support from Editor-in-Chief Mia Park, Art Director Chloe Pedersen, Graphic Designer Anya Gorban, and dozens of hardworking rotary volunteers. e event had a record-breaking year, with a sold-out crowd of more than 800 attendees and 72 food and beverage partners who gathered to raise money for local charities. We also got a peek at e Inn's new look and a taste of what's to come with Chef Moira Hill at the helm, as Lilian's was among Taste's restaurant partners. We wish the entire team, headed by Managing Director Vikram Sood, and Andy Masi of restaurant partner Clique Hospitality, much success in this new venture. Also on the culinary front, Brandon Hernández reviews the iconic Mister A's, the Banker's Hill landmark which reopened last year after an 11,000-square-foot renovation. New owner Ryan orsen is respectful of the restaurant's deep roots in the community, and Chef Stéphane Voitzwinkler remains in command of the kitchen after an impressive 20 years. A bit north, a brand-new restaurant, Steak 48, part of a national high-end chain, is now open in Del Mar Highlands Town ranchandcoast.com 24 NOVEMBER 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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