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JANUARY 2014

Calendar of Events........................................36-37 Carmel Mission ....................................................12 Cover Story....................................................10-11 Fashion ..................................................................13 Galleries ..........................................................30-31 Golfing on the Peninsula....................................23 Jewelry ............................................................32-33 Restaurants ....................................................38-39 Shopping ................................................................21 Sports / Adventure ............................................ 26 Theatre ................................................................29 Things To Do and See ................................40, 46 Maps Cannery Row ............................................26-27 Carmel ..............................................................16 Monterey, Downtown ..................................22 Pacific Grove ..................................................34 Peninsula ....................................................42-43 Salinas................................................................44

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FASHION DEBRA C

Debra C has Uniquely Refined, Top Designer Fashions for Women We feature exclusive high-end European fashion collections from top designers, as well as our own private label cashmere collection. Amina Rubinacci, Bogner, M Missoni, Red Valentino, Piazza Sempione, Les Copains, Roberto Cavalli, Pink Tartan, Fuzzi, Colombo & Kiton. Our professional staff will help you coordinate and create a total look. For impeccable taste, style and personal service shop Debra C. We are open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday Noon -5 p.m. The Crossroad Shopping Village, 129 Crossroads Blvd., Carmel CA 831-624-9400 (Next To The Rio Grill).

Men’s Clothiers KHAKI’S MENS CLOTHIER OF CARMEL

The Best in Men’s Clothing…Listed in Esquire Magazine’s “Best of Class” list. An American premier men’s collection with a eclectic mix of luxury American brands of Samuelsohn, Bill’s Khakis, Southern Tide and Scott Barber joining European giants, Paul & Shark, Zanella, Canali, Ermenegildo Zegna, Luciano Barbera, Incotex, Faconnable and others. Knowledgeable wardrobe consultants will make your shopping experience a “true delight” along with a complete, made-tomeasure service o ering the world’s nest fabrics. Shipping available anywhere, complimentary gift-wrapping. Located in the Carmel Plaza on the corner of Junipero and Ocean in downtown Carmel By the Sea. Visa, MC. Open 9:30-6 Mon-Sat., 11-5 on Sun. (800)664-8106 or (831)625-8106. MR magazine listed as top 20 men’s stores in America. www.khakisofcarmel.com and khakis@pacbell.net

GOLF THE GOLF MART

The Golf Mart is your one stop shop for all things golf. They carry the biggest selection of the best brands on the Monterey Peninsula all backed by their exclusive 90-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 90-days for full store credit. The Golf Mart also guarantees the lowest price and they have the most experienced sales associates around. Located at 2040 Fremont Blvd. in Seaside, CA (831)583-1000, www.thegolfmart.com.

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MISSION CARMEL MISSION

Carmel Mission, Mission San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo, sits behind adobe walls in a quiet area of Carmel. Carmel Mission is considered one of the most beautiful missions in the chain of nine stretching along California’s Central Coast. A selfguided tour of the Mission can be taken, where you will see two separate museums, a replica of the Mission’s kitchen and library, and a re-creation of Father Serra’s ascetic “cell.” At the foot of the main altar lies the final resting place of the founder of the California Missions, Padre Junipero Serra, who died in 1784 at the age of 71. Self guided tours of the Carmel Mission are available as well as a mandatory visit to the Mission Museum gift shop. The Carmel Mission is located at 3080 Rio Road, Carmel, CA. (831)624-1271. www.carmelmission.org

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Carmel-by-the-Sea Carmel—a community rich in the history and traditions of early California here are few places on earth as incredibly dynamic, yet so quaint and picturesque as Carmel-by-the-Sea. Situated on the Bay of Carmel in this world-renowned scenic environment, visitors can immerse themselves in the incredible beauty and mesmerizing charm of Carmel’s unique brand of enchantment. Nestled in a pine forest above a spectacular white-sand beach, the one-square-mile village of Carmel offers endless vacation and cultural opportunities within an ecologically harmonious setting. Carmel is a community rich in the history and traditions of early California. Carmel’s Bohemian founders fought to maintain the outdoor mystique and small-town appeal and their efforts are still evident today. The residential district has no sidewalks or street lights, and the beach is unadulterated by commercial development. Homes are known only by name and have no street addresses. Diverse sights and activities await visitors to Carmel who can easily set their own pace taking life as energetically or as leisurely as they desire. Within the village, visitors can relax, unwind and

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enjoy the peaceful, European ambience where they are free to stroll through winding streets and explore secluded courtyards and arcades. Highlighted by over 90 art studios and galleries, numerous antique shops, hundreds of boutiques and small intimate cafes and restaurants, Carmel promises hours of discovery.

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Since the turn of the century, Carmel has been a mecca for artists, writers, actors and playwrights intent on creating an intellectual and cultural oasis. Each year, visitors are drawn to the diverse festivals and events created to promote and enhance the creative traditions of Carmel. The annual Carmel Art Festival, Carmel Bach Festival, and the Carmel Shakes-peare Festival are just a sampling of events presented by professional artists, actors and musicians from Carmel and around the world. The Sunset Community and Cultural Center, located on San Carlos Avenue between 8th and 10th, is the heart of Carmel’s cultural life. It’s newly renovated, award winning, state-of-the-art, 718 seat Sunset Theater is home to the Carmel Bach Festival, the Monterey Symphony Orchestra, the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Jazz at Sunset series and many other eclectic groups. The Sunset Center presents the annual Performance Carmel series – nine performances throughout the year featuring some of the best touring music, theater, dance and comedic attractions. The Outdoor Forest Theatre, the Pacific Repertory Theatre, and other local theatres have a rich tradition of quality performances in unique venues. Also take a tour of the Carmel Mission and the Robinson Jeffers Tor House. Visitor Information Center is located on San Carlos between 5th & 6th, next to the Hog’s Breath Inn. Call 1-800-550-4333 or visit the chamber website at www.carmelcalifornia.org. Article by Carmel Chamber of Commerce Used with permission.


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HELP A MONARCH If you find a Monarch butterfly washed up on the shore after a storm it may still be alive. Lift it out of the damp sand and put it on your sweater, allowing it to dry off. A water color brush is useful for removing sand from its wings. When dry, it will take flight.

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elcome to the world of Weber Goldsmith Gallery, conveniently located at The Crossroads in Carmel at Highway 1 and Rio Road. Weber’s has long been known for the custom designs of owner Bradley D. Weber, as well as being the home of many other top designers and jewelry houses. In keeping with Brad’s clean, contemporary design lines, the gallery showcases a myriad of jewelry styles in their spacious location. Brad began his jewelry journey in Maui, Hawaii. He had an ideal location in Wailea which brought in many long term customers from all over the globe. After 16 years, Brad received an offer from The Pebble Beach Company to open a new store at The Lodge in Pebble Beach. His customers followed him and after 10 years at The Lodge, it was time to enlarge the store and re-locate one last time. The combining of two locations at The Crossroads, created the new home of

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Weber Goldsmith Gallery. Weber’s now includes all their former globe-trotting clients as well as the intimate local community. Brad is currently celebrating his 5th year at The Crossroads. “It is the perfect situation for local customers, as well as our loyal clients that visit from around the world,” says owner Brad Weber. Free flowing and innovative designs are the hallmark for his work and his creations suit the palates of many. After 30 years in the business Brad has created a collection of work which has resulted in four International Spectrum Awards as well as multiple state design competitions. His award winning ring Neptune’s Birth, was selected and featured by the Gemological Institute of America as the piece to represent 2007, The Year of the Pearl. It is on permanent display at the GIA Museum. In addition, Brad has recently had the honor of being prominently featured in the 2013 Edition of GIA’s book, The Splendour and Science of Pearls. While the Weber name is the main draw for most, the store also features a large selection of jewelry including Spark, Pascal LaCroix and Hidalgo. Brad also specializes in large Fancy Colored Diamonds and high quality loose gemstones. A recent addition to Weber Goldsmith Gallery is implementation of CAD-CAM design to the design process. These images help aid in the visualization of Brad’s custom creations. Please see the 2 images of the Pink Sapphire ring on this page for an example of the CAD-CAM design results. Brad Weber is a hand’s on owner/designer and is in the store on weekdays and on weekends by appointment. Diverse selection, custom creations and a knowledgeable staff assures one of a memorable experience at Weber Goldsmith Gallery.

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eautiful Monterey—a city rich with history, natural beauty and attractions. Monterey offers a wealth of things to see and do: Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, historic adobes, city parks, walking trails and, of course, lots of shopping opportunities. Home to explorers, traders, military and religious leaders and fishermen of all nationalities, Monterey boasts a rich and diverse history. You can learn much about Monterey’s colorful past by visiting the historic museums in Colton Hall, the Pacific House and the new Maritime Museum. Journey back in time to 19th century Monterey by taking a walking tour of Sea Otters the many historic adobes and buildings (see Monterey Map). Guided tours are available in Larkin House, Stevenson House, Casa Soberanes and Cooper -Molera. Self-guided tours are available in the Pacific House, the Custom House, Colton Hall and many of Monterey’s other historic sites. The Monterey Bay harbor provides many more things to do and see: Scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, whale watching tours, boating, tidepooling, diving, beachcombing or sunbathing. Enjoy the restaurants and shops at Fisherman’s Wharf. Visit the Coast Guard Pier and talk with the sea lions and sea otters. Walk the Recreation Trail to enjoy Monterey’s stunning view of the Pacific Ocean. Shopping in Monterey is always a delight. Known for its shops, boutiques and specialty stores, Monterey maintains a tradition of quality at reasonable prices. You can shop downtown, on the Wharf or on Cannery Row and find bargains and delightful treasures everywhere. Take the kids to “Dennis The Menace Park,” which was designed by the cartoonist, Hank Ketchum. This city-owned park is surrounded by El Estero Lake, and is a great place to take the kids. There is no Colton Hall admission charge. The park boasts swings, slides and a myriad of creative things to do to keep your children busy and happy for hours. You can rent a paddle-wheel boat and just “cruise the water” if that’s your pleasure.

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SHOPPING THE CROSSROADS

A favorite of locals and visitors alike, The Crossroads has served the surrounding community for over 40 years. With an extensive array of retailers, including distinctive & fashionable apparel, fine jewelry, home accessories, books, grocery, hardware, floral and gifts, The Crossroads combines the best in every day goods & expert services with special indulgences and some of the most memorable dining experiences in the region. Highway One at Rio Road (831) 625-4106 www.thecrossroadscarmel.com

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JANUARY THEATRE & CONCERT PRESENTATIONS ON THE MONTEREY PENINSULA 15: Luis Bravo’s Forever Tango Presented by ArtBeat. Voted Best Touring Musical by Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle in San Francisco where it played an unprecedented 92 weeks at the Theatre on the Square and has returned season after season. Features fourteen world-class tango dancers, one vocalist and an on-stage eleven piece orchestra, including the instrument of the tango, the bandoneon, in an evening that celebrates the passionate music and dance of Argentina. Performances 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sunset Center, 9th and San Carlos, Carmel. 831-620-2048, 620,2040. www.sunsetcenter.org 18: Chef Robert Irvine Live! Presented by Sunset Presents. While it might seem easy to explain what happens in a show for those who have never experienced it, Robert Irvine LIVE is NOT that kind of show. Much like Robert’s TV shows Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible, Robert walks into the theater with no knowledge of what he is about to face. The producers of the show develop the challenges prior to the event and reveal nothing to Robert in advance. This means that every performance is a new and unique experience. It is not a cooking demo. Is there cooking? Yes, but don’t expect to sit back and watch Robert cook dishes for two hours. This is a theatrical event. 8 p.m., Sunset Center, 9th and San Carlos, Carmel. 831-620-2048, 620,2040. www.sunsetcenter.org 30-31-Feb.23: Jesus Christ Superstar Presented by SoDAonStage The first ever rock opera, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Christ’s final days are dramatized with emotional intensity, thought-provoking edge and explosive theatricality, propelled by a stirring score and illuminates the transcendent power of the human spirit with a passion that goes straight to the heart. Performances 7:30 p.m. Thur., Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sun. Golden Bough Theatre, Monte Verde between 8th and 9th, Carmel-by-the-Sea. 831-622-0100 or visit: www.pacrep.org

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GALLERIES In 1987, the Delaney family established Augustina Leathers, an in-house design studio that creates oneof-a-kind jackets for men and women. Tracy Delaney Odle now has expanded that small family studio into two ultimate wearable art boutiques in beautiful downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. Augustina’s is the exclusive place to find Paula Lishman, the original hand knit fur designer, in the United States. Tracy also features other top fur designers such as Oscar de la Renta, Zuki, Michael Kors, Zac Posen, Chado Ralph Rucci, and Pologeorgis. Augustina’s also showcases the latest fashions by Tadashi Shoji, Carmen Marc Valvo, David Meister, Komarov, Fabrizio Gianni, Save the Queen, Alberto Makali, and Majestic. Tracy proudly displays a large collection of leather jackets by designers Remy, Lyn Leather, Kippy’s and Gimos. She also carries the largest selection in Northern California of handcrafted sterling silver and 14k gold buckle sets by Comstock Heritage, Clint Orms, Lee Downey, Jeff Deegan, Sunset Trails, Chacon, Silver King, and J.A. Pippett. Augustina’s has two locations in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea, open daily or by appointment. Augustina’s on Ocean Avenue between Mission & San Carlos and Augustina Leathers on San Carlos NW of 6th. Call toll free at (888) LISHMAN or visit their new website, www.augustinaleathers.com

The Crystal Fox Gallery presents an atmosphere of elegance— designed for browsing, it offers something for both the collector and those discovering the world of glass. You are invited to come and explore their unsurpassed selection of glass and crystal sculpture in a comfortable atmosphere. Featured throughout the gallery are many “one of a kind” remarkable pieces of flamework sculpture, exquisite crystal and optical glass sculptures, paperweights, blown glass bowls and platters. As one of only five galleries worldwide showing Fräbel Studio Sculptures, they take great pride in being Fräbel Studios’ featured “west coast showcase gallery,” displaying the largest selection of their work outside of Frabel’s own east coast gallery. Custom sculpture upon request. Come see why customers keep coming back to “soak up the sparkles” at the Crystal Fox Gallery! SWAROVSKI PREMIERE DEALER. Featuring SWAROVSKI Silver Crystal, SWAROVSKI Crystal Memories, SWAROVSKI Selection, SWAROVSKI Jeweler’s Collection and “SCS”. Also featuring: Bergsma, Neder, Fräbel, Townsend, Genesis, Mats Jonasson, Mickelsen. The Crystal Fox Gallery is located at 381 Canner Row, across from the Monterey Plaza Hotel Lobby. Open daily from 10am-8pm. Custom engraving, gift wrapping and shipping available. (831) 6553905 or 1-800-277-8539. www.crystalfoxgallery.com

Gallery Twenty One–Hometown Headquarters for the works of Internationally-acclaimed artist, Eyvind Earle. Although his fine art has been museum-collected for 60 years, Eyvind may best be known by the general public for his ten-year stint with Disney Studios as a background stylist for a dozen productions, most notably as chief stylist for Sleeping Beauty, where his unique blend of abstract design and mystical realism is forever captured in our imaginations. Gallery Twenty One always shows the most comprehensive collection of Earle paintings, graphics and sculpture to be found anywhere. A must stop on your gallery tour. Please drop in to see the unique vision of Eyvind Earle at Sixth Avenue between Lincoln and Dolores. For more information please call 831-623-1738. P.O. Box 6236 Carmel, CA 93921. www.gallery21.com

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THOMAS KINKADE SIGNATURE GALLERY Visit the original Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery- Studio In The Garden in downtown Carmel. We’re celebrating 20 beautiful years of Thomas Kinkade art. You’ll find limited edition artwork spanning Thomas Kinkade’s entire career including unique early images, impressionist style plein airs, and of course his most recent popular collaborative works of art—stop by and find your inspiration. Ocean Ave. between Lincoln and Dolores in Carmel-By-The-Sea (831) 625-9600

MONTEREY MUSEUM OF ART The Monterey Museum of Art (MMA) is one great museum with two fabulous locations providing an experience of hidden gardens, family adventure and magnificent works of art.MMA Pacific Street is an inviting, three-story landmark located at 559 Pacific Street that showcases engaging exhibitions just a short walk from Fisherman’s Wharf. July 5October 21, August Rodin: Light & Shadow MMA La Mirada features contemporary galleries that complement the oldworld elegance and lavish rose gardens of this gorgeous, historic estate where Hollywood luminaries were regularly entertained. June 16-September 30, In Sharp Focus: The Legacy of MontereyPhotography. Both locations feature in-gallery art activities for family fun and are open Wednesday-Saturday, 11 am-5 pm and Sunday 14 pm. www.montereryart.org. 831.372.5477

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THE THOMAS KINKADE GALLERY ON CANNERY ROW — & OTHER FINE ARTISTS — The Thomas Kinkade Gallery on Cannery Row is located at the prestigious Monterey Plaza Hotel. For nearly 20 years, Kinkade along with a handful of his contemporaries have inspired both locals of the Monterey Peninsula and visitors from around the world. Original and Limited Editions are available for viewing and acquisition. We look forward to sharing the work of these Modern Day Masters and other fine artists with you. 381 Cannery Row, Monterey. 831-643-9233

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JEWELRY AUGUSTINA’S Established in 1987, and located in beautiful downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea, Augustina’s displays a wonderfully diverse collection of diamond jewelry by Rhonda Faber Green, Jack Kelege, Judith Ripka, Peace & Love, Konstantino, Lagos, Armenta, MCL, Gerard Yosca, King Baby, Virgins Saints & Angels, and watches by Philip Stein. Augustina’s has accessories you will adore, perfect for an evening out, or paired with your favorite daytime dress. Located on Ocean Avenue between Mission and San Carlos, Augustina’s is open daily or by appointment. (831) 624-2403. www.augustinaleathers.com

B&G JEWELERS, INC. Three generations of jewelers makes this one of Carmel’s longest established family owned and operated jewelry stores. Specializing in both original and contemporary design and estate jewelry. Thirty years ago, Maniyel Agacanyan started this business and his sons Peter and Alex joined him. Maniyel retired in the late 90’s and the business continues to grow as Peter, a GIA Graduate Gemologist, and Alex, a GIA Graduate Designer and Jeweler, combine their traditional old world style with modern technology, creativity and unique designing skills. We have recently moved Giles to the Nw corner of Ocean ave. we feature antique, vintage and one of a kind custom jewelry including Giles of Carmel original pieces. B&G estate Jewelers is now located on Dolores between Ocean and 7th, Carmel. This charming estate shop will step you back in time to experience the treasures that abound. B&G is located on the south side of Ocean Ave. between Dolores and Lincoln in Carmel. 831-625.2235

FOURTANÉ JEWELERS Fourtané Jewelers first offered its unique jewels and objects d’art to residents and visitors to historic Carmel in 1950. Today, Fourtané is one of the leading estate jewelry, vintage watch, and authorized Rolex retail stores in the country. Although the clientele now spans the globe and the store has significantly expanded, the original small, friendly, and personalized atmosphere remains unchanged. Ocean Avenue at Lincoln Street in Carmel-by-the-Sea. 831-624-4684

HESSELBEINS For more than 160 years the Hesselbein family has created fine jewelry in Europe, passing the art of design and fabrication from father to son. In 1968, Art Hesselbein opened his first store on the Central Coast. Specializing in gold and platinum jewelry. Today, Art, along with fellow gemologist Brad, continues the tradition. In the watch department, Hesselbeins features the finest in Swiss watches by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Omega, Ebel and Breguet. The watch service department is under the control of Iver, a Rolex-certified technician. Open Mon-Sat 10 to 5:30; Sun 11 to 4. Hesselbeins is located at 143 Crossroads Boulevard in the Crossroads Shopping Center, Carmel. (831) 625-2522.

THE JEFFREY COLLECTION This family owned and operated jewelry salon offers a comprehensive collection of contemporary and classic fine jewelry. Thirty-five years of experience in fine jewelry design and care has created a Carmel legend of elegance and quality in custom designing. They specialize in creating for you, their customer, unique one-of-a-kind pieces utilizing pearls, diamonds, opals, rubies, sapphires or emeralds. Open daily. Located at 208 Forest Avenue, Pacific Grove. (831) 655-1952.

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ROBIN’S JEWELRY

Something new and innovative in a jewelry store begins to describe the magic you will experience at Robin’s Jewelry located in the Doud Craft Studio in Carmel by the Sea. You will find beautiful Cypress trees, Carmel Mission designs, sea otters, ocean creatures, dragonflies, seasonal designs and other locally themed jewelry created by Robin with the help of her apprentice Keeza Starr. Each original piece is hand-fabricated in sterling silver. Some designs incorporate semi precious stones and beads in her favorite colors of the sea and the sun. Take a piece of jewelry home from a true local artisan and add complimentary engraving of a date, name or message for that personal touch that will make your piece a true keepsake. Visit Robin’s Jewelry in Carmel’s Doud Craft Studio located on Ocean Ave. and San Carlos St. in Carmel. (831)626-4119, www.robinsjewelrycarmel.com.

MICHAEL SHERMAN Original. Wearable. Quality. All describe Michael Sherman’s fine jewelry. His choice of dazzling exotic gemstones, complimented by a variety of metals in 18K yellow & white gold and platinum, are his signature. Add to that his personal insight into the function - as well as style - of jewelry, and you have what makes his original pieces timeless. Michael’s background in design has kept his jewelry on the leading edge nationally for over 20 years. His clients have also been delighted by his original wedding sets and custom restyling. A visit to Michael Sherman’s sunlit studio/gallery overlooking the gardens of the Barnyard is a Carmel experience. Located across from the Thunderbird Bookstore in The Barnyard, Carmel. Open Monday-Friday from 10 to 5, and Saturday from 10 to 5:30, Sunday 11 to 4 (831) 624-5171 Fax (831) 624-4094 (AE,VISA,MC,DC)

WEBER GOLDSMITH GALLERY “Incomparable quality and value.” Now located in the Crossroads Shopping Village, Weber Goldsmith Gallery offers a unique variety of designer and custom jewelry of artists from all over the world. They specialize in fine gemstones, platinum, gold, and exotic pearls, and invite you to explore the variety of creations that they carry. Let their experienced staff assist you in choosing a memory for a loved one or create a one-of-a-kind piece to be treasured for generations. Located at 107 Crossroads Blvd. in the Crossroads Shopping Village in Carmel. (831) 626-7600; fax 6267616. e-mail: WeberGG@aol.com www.webergoldsmithgallery.com

WILKE’S Founded in 1929, in the fall of the Great Depression, WILKE’S has established a reputation for quality and excellence in the jewelry industry. Specializing in authentic fine vintage jewelry from the Georgian all the way to contemporary periods, every item of WILKE’S inventory is hand picked for its unsurpassed quality of artistry and craftsmanship. You will find collectible signed pieces from houses such as Buccellati, Bvlgari, Cartier, David Webb, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels, Harry Winston, and many more. Always with emphasis on communicating elegance, excellence, and great taste, WILKE’S offers a variety of styles and fashions for the discriminating pleasure of those who ultimately enjoy beautiful things. WILKE’S is located on San Carlos between 5th and 6th, in Carmel. (831) 626-3048, www.wilkesjewels.com.

Z FOLIO Gem ceramic wedding bands by Etienne Perret featured at Z Folio, California's premier destination for contemporary designer jewelry, art glass, photography, wood sculpture and wearable art. Over 100 leading American and international jewelry artists represented in two locations, Solvang and Monterey, and include Etienne Perret, Alex Sepkus, Atelier Munsteiner, Elizabeth Garvin, Magick Fusager Design, J. Kennedy Design, and many others. 750 Cannery Row, #112, at Intercontinental the Clement Monterey Open 9:30 to 8:30 Daily 831-655-9891

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Point Pinos Lighthouse Museum

A brilliant carpet of iceplant blossoms along the recreation trail in Pacific Grove.

The oldest continuously operated lighthouse on the Pacific Coast. Since 1855, it’s light continually guides ships past Point Pinos at the south of Monterey Bay. Visitors can view the restored interior. Self guided tours. Experience living history. Open 1-4 p.m., Thur.-Mon., plus major holidays. Guided tours for large group (10 plus) arranged by reservation. Asilomar Ave. between Lighthouse Ave and Del Monte Blvd., Pacific Grove. Donation admission. 831-648-3176.

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DINING Patisserie Stroll down Cannery Row across from the Monterey Bay Aquarium and you will find Austino’s Patisserie. On the outside you will find an almost perfect restoration of the historic building know as the La Ida Café from 1929. On the inside you will find a wonderful selection of coffee, pastries, sandwiches, soups, salads, snacks and more. If it is ice cream you crave, Austino’s proudly serves Bud’s Ice Cream in a variety of flavors. (831) 655-5015 851 Cannery Row Monterey, CA 93940

Open daily from 9am-6pm $

Italian Seafood This Fisherman's Wharf favorite provides a light-hearted atmosphere and high energy Italian spirit. The décor achieves an uncluttered effect perfect for casual and elegant dining. Café Fina produces its own fettuccini, linguini, and ravioli and serves them with fresh herb sauces. Owner Dominic Mercurio insists on serving the freshest of seafood, most of which comes from here on the Monterey Bay. Take advantage of the first wood burning brick oven on the peninsula and enjoy the steak and veal dishes. Homemade desserts such as cannoli and crème brulee help to cap the evening off wonderfully. Lunch 11:30-2:30; M-F; 11:30 to closing Sat & Sun (831) 372-5200 • cafefina.com Dinner 5 PM to close, daily 47 Fisherman’s Wharf, Monterey $ MC, Visa, AE

CRAZY HORSE RESTAURANT Steaks-Seafood-Pasta

Great American Dining Famous for its salad bar for over 30 years, The Crazy Horse Restaurant offers casual “gourmet American dining” at moderate prices. They boast char broiled New York and Rib Eye Steaks, along with daily chicken and fish specials. All dinners are complimented by the “Award Winning Salad Buffet”, featuring the freshest produce to be found on the Peninsula. A friendly, energetic staff in a comfortable southwestern décor.

(831) 649-4771 or (831) 649-1020 Above the Bay Park Hotel 1425 Munras Ave., Monterey

Voted “BEST SALADS” 2011 Monterey County Weekly

www.bayparkhotel.com $ All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Italian Seafood A local favorite since 1981, Domenico’s on the Wharf offers exceptional Italian cuisine featuring fresh local seafood caught each morning. Take pleasure in a neverending water show provided by the local marine life. Enjoy the house-made pasta dishes, cocktail lounge and an award winning wine list. All this, set against the backdrop of Monterey’s historic yacht harbor. One visit to Domenico’s on the Wharf and you will become a regular guest, too. (831) 372-3655 50 Fisherman’s Wharf, Monterey domenicosmonterey.com

Lunch 11:30-2:30; M-F; 11:30 to closing Sat & Sun Dinner 5 PM to close, daily $$ MC, Visa, AE

Country European In the warmth of a Mediterranean setting, enjoy the spirited flavorful foods of European country style cuisine. Feast on a variety of specialties from the open mesquite grill such as fresh seafood, rack of lamb and steaks. An international selection of premium wines and full bar service enhance the food and the fun. Lunch and dinner served daily. On Sundays, enjoy brunch outdoors on our sunny patio. Banquets and private parties welcome. Reservations (831) 372-3456 Located at 223 17th street, Pacific Grove.

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California-French Fifi’s is an authentic French Bistro owned and operated with love by Michele and Calvin Wilkes. (She is French, he is English) Here are some of the most recent reviews: “Best Dinner for two under $100 in Monterey County” New York Times, “Best French Restaurant in Monterey County” The Weekly Readers Poll every year from 20052010, “Number One: Classic, not Costly” Monterey Herald, “Considering the quality, this bistro may well be the best value on the Peninsula” Monterey Herald, “Best use of music and candlelight in a restaurant” Coast Weekly Editor’s Pick, “Moules Frites….Best Seafood in Monterey County” Budget Traveler. Open 7 days a week. Reservations suggested (831) 372-5325 Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch 1188 Forest Avenue near Prescott, Pacific Grove www.fifiscafe.com $ All Major Credit Cards Accepted

FIFI’S CAFE BISTRO

Seafood The Fish Hopper offers the diner the best seafood with spectacular panoramic views of Monterey Bay from every table and alfresco patio dining. The Fish Hopper is well known for their variety of seafood, pastas, steaks, delectable desserts made in-house, and exotic flaming drinks. A perfect place for the whole family to enjoy fine dining on Historic Cannery Row. Open Mon.-Fri. 11:00 am - 10:00 pm; Sat. & Sun. 11:00 am - 10:00 pm $$ All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Reservations (831) 372-8543 700 Cannery Row, Monterey www.fishhopper.com

Seafood Waterfront dining. This fine restaurant offers panoramic views of Monterey Marina. Dine on the freshest of fish while watching the harbor seals cavort, the silent sailing boats and the swooping sea gulls. The menu offers a complete range of fresh seafood priced from $6.95 to $19.95. The atmosphere is unhurried and a wonderful place for relaxing with friends or families. Top quality food and service at sensible prices. Waterfront banquet rooms available. (831) 375-3113 Located on Fisherman's Wharf, Monterey.

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Open 7 Days. Lunch & Dinner from 11 am $ MC, Visa, CB, DC, AE

Seafood Old Fisherman’s Grotto is one of Monterey’s traditions in fine dining. Since 1950, the Shake family has owned and operated the Grotto, offering fresh seafood, world-famous clam chowder, a variety of steaks, pastas, fresh-made desserts and a tempting list of appetizers. A children’s menu is also available. Your hosts, the Shake family, awaits you to enjoy a memorable dining experience on the historic Fisherman’s Wharf with fantastic views of Monterey Bay (831) 375-4604 39 Old Fisherman’s Wharf #1, Monterey

Lunch & Dinner 11:00 am - 10:00 pm daily $$ All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi A meal at Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi is much more than a meal. It’s a performance! Enjoy Japanese cooking teppanyaki-style tender chicken, succulent seafood, juicy steaks grilled right in front of your eyes. Exceptionally fresh fish is crafted into a remarkable display of traditional and specialty sushi and sashimi. Couple these with the magnificent panoramic view of the Monterey Bay and your dining experience will be something you won’t forget. Reservations: (831)333-1616 Fisherman’s Wharf II, Monterey

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Things to Do & See A visit to the Monterey Peninsula is not complete without a stop at this outstanding natural history museum. The Pacific Grove Museum emphasizes the natural history of Monterey County. The exhibits deal mainly with the local birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, Indians and Geology. Located at the corner of Forest and Central Avenues in Pacific Grove, the Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Admission is free.

POINT PINOS LIGHTHOUSE

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Take a tour of the West Coast’s oldest working lighthouse. Located in Pacific Grove, near the intersection Lighthouse and Asilomar avenues. Self guided tours; a $2.00 donation is suggested. Normal hours 1:00-4:00 Thursday-Monday.

MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM Explore the aquarium’s newly expanded Splash Zone exhibit – it’s twice the size and double the fun! The new and larger edition of the award-winning exhibit – like a children’s museum inside an aquarium – explores three ocean habitats: the Enchanted Kelp Forest, Coral Reef Kingdom and Rugged Rocky Shore. The aquarium has combined new live animal exhibits, new interactive experiences and games with visitor favorites from the original galleries. Beautifull lined seahorses (photo) are featured in the new “Secret Lives of Seahorses” exhibit.Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm (9:30 am to 6 pm during the summer months and on holidays.) General admission is $34.95 for adults; Seniors (65+) $31.95; Student (13 thru 17 or college I.D.) $31.95; Children 3-12 and the disabled $21.95; Children under 3 admitted free. Military discount. Your Hotel/Motel may have “Advance Tickets.” (831) 648-4888. Located at 886 Cannery Row, Monterey. Visit www.montereyaquarium.org

© Monterey Bay Aquarium/ Randy Wilder

PACIFIC GROVE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

CARMEL WALKS

BICYCLING Enjoy miles of beautiful shoreline bicycle paths, tour Monterey, Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach, Carmel, and/or Point Lobos. All gates for 17 Mile Drive (Pebble Beach) are now open daily (except for special events). There is no entry fee charged for cyclists. Adventures by the Sea, located at 299 Cannery Row, rent mountain bikes and other transportation.

KAYAKING A very relaxing way to see Monterey and Historic Cannery Row is by sea kayak. Views of spectacular rocky coves and sandy beaches will captivate you, while playful seals and sea otters entertain you. For the sports enthusiast or weekend voyager, sea kayaking is easy and fun. You can rent a kayak at Adventures-bythe-Sea, Inc., 299 Cannery Row.

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Discover the special charms of Carmel on a guided walking tour through secret pathways, hidden courtyards, award-winning gardens and by enchanting fairytale cottages…the homes, haunts, and history of famous artists, writers, and movie stars. Learn about the spirit, characters and customs that make Carmel unique. Tour offered every Saturday at 10 AM and 2 PM, and Tuesday thru Friday at 10 AM. $25 per person. Call for reservations (831)642-2700. Tour meets in the outdoor courtyard of the Pine Inn on Lincoln Street at Ocean Avenue in Carmel. wwwcarmelwalks.com

CARMEL MISSION The historic Carmel Mission Basilica sits behind adobe walls in a quiet area of Carmel. Built in 1771, the Basilica reflects the beautiful architecture of early California. A representation of the tomb of its’ founder, Father Junipero Serra, is displayed in the museum building as are the monks’ living quarters which are preserved in their original décor and artifacts. Father Serra is buried at the foot of the altar in the Basilica. Tours are available, or you can walk the grounds at your leisure during operating hours. Hours are from 9:30 am-5:00 pm Mon-Sat and 10:30 am-5:00 pm on Sunday. Closed Easter Sunday and Monday, Thanksgiving, and over the Christmas holidays, Dec. 24th-Dec. 26th. Admissions for upkeep and restoration are $6.50 for adults, $4.00 for seniors, $2.00 for children ages 7 and up (free for children under 6). Located at 3080 Rio Road, Carmel, CA. (831)624-1271. www.carmelmission.org


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Salinas Valley ~ he Salinas Valley, one of the largest and most productive agricultural centers in the world, has long been known as the “Salad Bowl of the World.” Now, with the world-class National Steinbeck Center, dedicated to the work of native son John Steinbeck in full operation, Salinas has also commanded a prominent position in local tourism as the heart of “Steinbeck Country.”

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History Small tribes of Native Americans made their home in the Salinas area for centuries before Spanish soldiers and missionaries arrived to build a presidio at Monterey and missions at Carmel, Soledad, San Juan Bautista and the San Antonio Valley. Under Spanish rule, settlements developed around the Central Coast’s missions, but the valley remained largely undeveloped until Mexico overthrew its Spanish rulers and began granting lands in Alta California to Mexican families. Among the ranchos granted to settlers by the Mexican government after Mexico seceded from Spain in 1822 were Sausal and Nacional. Salinas City was born on adjoining parts of both of these ranchos after California had become part of the United States. During the early years of the Gold Rush, James Bryant Hill purchased Rancho Nacional and became a pioneer wheat grower. In 1854, he was named postmaster of the Salinas post office, although there was no town of that name yet. In 1867, Alberto Trescony, who had bought the inn from Howe, sold it and 160 acres to Alanson Riker and William Jackson. Forming a partnership with cattle rancher Eugene Sherwood, they laid out a city a half-mile square. Knowing the railroad’s importance in getting the agricultural products of the area to market, Sherwood offered Southern Pacific Railroad free acreage for right-of-

way and a depot, which opened in 1872. That was the year Salinas City became the Monterey County seat. Two years later it was incorporated as a charter city. As agricultural enterprise in the Salinas Valley moved from hides and tallow to grains, sugar beets and beans, and after World War I, to the “green gold” of lettuce, artichokes and broccoli, Salinas became one of the wealthiest cities per capita in the United States. The Boronda Adobe History Center, located in Salinas, is the headquarters of the Monterey County Historical Society. In addition to the oldest standing adobe in the Salinas Valley, a Queen Anne style house designed by area architect William H. Weeks and the Lagunita School that Steinbeck wrote about in his story “The Red Pony” are located on the property. Today Our comfortable climate, abundant natural resources and diverse population provide a solid economic and cultural environment that is becoming increasingly popular with tourists. The Salinas Valley is the focus of a number of unique attractions, annual events and historical landmarks. Each year, the California Rodeo Salinas ranks in the top 20 of nearly 800 North American rodeos sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Oldtown Salinas, located in the city’s center, is composed of beautifully designed buildings constructed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.

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Things to Do & See GOLF The word is synonymous with the Monterey Peninsula area which boasts 14 courses including the worldfamous greens of Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, the exclusive Cypress Point Golf Club, and the new Poppy Hills. Beginners may want to try the gentle greens of the Old Del Monte, the Peninsula’s first golf course.

POINT SUR LIGHTHOUSE Located 19 miles south of Carmel along Rt. 1, Point Sur Lighthouse guards the spectacular Big Sur coast from a remote highland. Unique panoramic views, superb whale watching, and lighthouse history. Access by 3 hour volunteer-led walking tours: Sat. & Sun. year-round and Weds, April through October. Admission. Phone (831) 625-4419

NATIONAL STEINBECK CENTER This museum and archive are dedicated to the life and works of Nobel prize-winning author John Steinbeck. The Center is located at One Main Street in the author’s hometown of Salinas, CA, a 20 minute drive from Monterey. Open everyday from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission charged. Info: (831) 796-3833 or www.steinbeck.org

FOR THE KIDS Take the kids to “Dennis The Menace Park,” which was designed by the cartoonist, Hank Ketchum (who lived in Pebble Beach.) This city-owned park is surrounded by El Estero Lake. The park boasts swings, slides and a myriad of creative things to do to keep your children busy and happy for hours. Admission free.

ralists and crews. Join one of the daily excursions leaving from Fisherman's Wharf, Montery. Contact one of the following to plan your trip. Princess Monterey Whale Watching 831-372-2203, Randy's Whale Watching 831372-7440, or Chris Whale Watching 831-375-5951

OLD FISHERMAN’S WHARF Old Fisherman’s Wharf in Monterey was built in 1846 for the many trading vessels bringing goods from around Cape Horn. Today visitors seek out a bit of history and the finest fresh seafood meals served anywhere. While the focus may have changed, the wharf is still a working wharf. One of the many ways the old blends with the new is with whale watching and fishing trips. Visitors can enjoy a sightseeing cruise to view migrating whales or a fishing trip to bring back a limit of fish.

STANDUP PADDLEBOARDING Try one of the fastest growing watersports right here on the Monterey Bay! Glide across the water, get a great workout and enjoy a new perspective just walking on the water! Rentals and lessons available at Adventures-by-the-Sea. (831)372-1807.

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