Ranch & Coast Magazine

November 2023

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seafood, salads, pasta, and more. Standouts include Monterey Bay King Salmon, with lentil salad, artichoke puree, and fennel citrus slaw; a 16-ounce herb-crusted ribeye with garlic confit; and Butternut Agnolotti, with roasted eggplant, parmesan, and sage. Decadent, show-stopping desserts include Lilian's Wonderland, a rich concoction of chocolate crumble "soil," "mushroom" meringues, dark chocolate "twigs," and "moss" made of pistachio cake. Bing's Bar specializes in light bites and inventive cocktails. Sip "Sir Barton" (named after Crosby's horse) made with Old Forester bourbon, syrup, and bitters, or "Final oughts" with mezcal, allspice, pear, cinnamon, and lemon. Menu items include mini lobster rolls with truffle béarnaise, lemon, and chives, and Peking duck tostadas. So, it was only fitting that e Inn's new owner, Chicago-based GEM Realty, and its culinary partner, Clique Hospitality, named Bing's Bar in Crosby's honor, and Lilian's, the new restaurant, as a tribute to Rice. "We are thrilled to open the doors to Lilian's and Bing's Bar and share these exciting new concepts with the community," says Andy Masi, Clique Hospitality founder. "e Inn at Rancho Santa Fe has been a hallmark of North County San Diego for nearly a century. At Lilian's and Bing's Bar, we will honor that legacy with inventive menus focused on locally sourced ingredients, world-class wine, beer and spirits, and nods to the property's unique history." At the helm of Lilian's is Chef Moira Hill, whose résumé includes George's at the Cove, Juniper & Ivy, Trust, Campfire, and Nolita Hill. e restaurant's menu offers sustainable meats, e Inn e Rancho Santa Fe landmark reopens to the public BY ANDREA NAVERSEN | PHOTOGRAPHY BY VINCENT KNAKAL >> @ranchandcoast RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2023 61 LEFT Alfresco dining on the brick terrace overlooking The Inn's verdant lawn features a view of Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe's "Main Street" BOTTOM LEFT The lobby has restored wooden floors and Murano glass chandeliers BOTTOM CENTER The Inn's 85 rooms, suites, and bungalows are all dressed up with white paint, a sitting area with a velvet couch, and luxe linens BOTTOM RIGHT The lobby is centered with a Louis XV Rococo chimneypiece carved from Italian marble. Furniture includes vintage pieces and reproductions from European designers. The print over the fireplace is based on Andy Warhol's Flower series

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