Picking a theme is a time-honored tactic in the world of dinner parties. Some hosts choose live entertainment such as comedians and magicians, while others might stage a fake murder mystery for guests to solve.
At least once a year, someone wins the rights to a gorgeous home in San Diego County while also donating money for children in need. It’s real estate meeting charity in an exciting raffle that could land you in a five-bedroom residence in Rancho Santa Fe.
Soft candlelight, melodious music and aromatic flowers are just supporting cast members to the real celebrity at important social or business gatherings. Even the stars sparkling in the inky sky cannot deter one’s gaze from the star here on earth—a sumptuous feast.
In the late 1980s the state of California introduced a law to protect consumers from contractors and architects who were not building properties and commercial real estate up to code. The law made the developer of a project strictly liable for the construction, and gave little patience to excuses.
Nestled in the beautiful hills of Rancho Santa Fe—surrounded by the sounds of the wildlife that call this area home—awaits a magically relaxing experience. The newly built Spa at Morgan Run is open to the public.
After journeying all the way to the desert, sometimes you don’t want to travel any further for a nice meal. Luckily you don’t have to leave your hotel to enjoy some of Coachella Valley’s finest dining.
The PGA Tour kicks off in January with two of its most popular stops: The Humana Challenge played in Coachella Valley and The Farmers Insurance Open played in San Diego at the fabled Torrey Pines North and South Courses.