The grounds at Villa Nafissa were modeled after Claude Monet’s famous gardens in Giverny, France, complete with bridges and waterfalls.
Built in 1925, the estate has both original elements and modern additions—like a 7,000-square-foot wellness and entertainment level.
The Riverside Art Museum and San Diego’s Museum of Contemporary Art are both expanding to feature more Chicano and Latin American works.
How long will the inflation last?
Not content with his one Michelin star, chef William Bradley has refocused his restaurant to better showcase a sense of place.
The Alila brand’s first new-build US resort opens on the Southern California coast on March 17.
A shrimp ceviche with an unexpected ingredient.
Already with 16 global venues under his belt, Akira Back will open another new restaurant in San Diego later this month.
El Jardin’s Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins reflects on the ups and downs of competing on Top Chef.