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FINE magazine February 2013

We’re seeing red at FINE, with unique beauty trends, seductive scents, diamonds and dream homes—and of course, great cuisine. Travel culinary continents with our exclusive dining guide this month and discover new flavors from around the world. From Palm Desert to downtown San Diego, from luxury catering to wine parties at home—however you decide to dine, do it with style.

Hidden Treasure

WHATS NEW IN TOWN: Timeless luxury is the perfect description of Gems N’ Treasures, a boutique located in the new Paseo Del Norte Plaza near the Carlsbad Premium Outlets.

Hometown Chords

NEW IN TOWN: San Diego resident Steven Ybarra is singing his heart out all over town.

Para-gourmet Activity

NEW IN TOWN: Something magic this way comes. Opened this past Halloween, SuperNatural Sandwiches is the prime spot for the unique and delicious.

Past Meets Present

NEW IN TOWN: Want a new movie experience? How about a return to the past? Located on Pacific Beach Middle School’s grounds, Full Moon Drive-In has embraced a 1950s ambiance, but is a new movie-going experience.

Review: Sweet Cheeks Baking Co. in San Diego

A winner on TLC's Fabulous Cakes this San Diego dessert place is a must visit.

Mission Possible

The phrase “healthy cuisine” often conjures images of granola, tasteless tofu or vegetables boiled down to unrecognizable colors. People picture fish, chicken and vegetarian dishes that are often high on health but low on taste.

Valentines Day Gift Guide for Her

Scarlett is this years color trend for the holidays - equally as hot as Scarlett Jo.

Wine Battles

The native San Diego company, WineBattles.com is shipping out wine bottles to the doorsteps of wine connoisseurs to help make wine and sipping the grapes more accessible and enjoyable for people to share—utilizing a unique social experience and interactive game.

Food Fête

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.

Celebrity Tips

A number of celebrity chefs call our city home, and while they may disagree on San Diego’s signature dish, there is one thing they can agree on—San Diego is coming into its own as a foodie town.

Diehl Group Architects Give an inside look at Forensic Architecture

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.