In August 2017, Jason Peaslee received an unexpected call from John Wolfe, his former business partner in The Cottage restaurant, asking if he would consider buying him out. Peaslee jumped at the opportunity. The sale closed in June.
Chef Bernard Guillas has been a La Jolla fixture for 24 years, since he joined the Marine Room as executive chef at, so he says, “7 years old.” A passionate lover of food, life and La Jolla, Chef Bernard is guided chiefly by his instinct for fun.
You would think with our affluence, intelligence and numbers, La Jolla would have more than one way each of meeting some pretty basic community needs.
Do you agree with this list of the Top 10 beach songs of all time?
It’s rare to see a married couple taking a yoga class together; one teaching one together is nearly unheard of. But Martyn and Astrid Castens teach together at Sol Yoga in La Jolla and Mission Beach Yoga, and host free Sunday-morning yoga Meetups in Scripps Park.
Of all the interesting characters we’ve come across at the La Jolla Open Aire Farmer’s Market, Joe Joe Barnett and George Petrou — vendors of jewelry, olive oil and hard-to-believe life stories — take the organic cake.
The third at bat for a project called The Reserve was another strikeout. But architect-presenter Kent Coston got much closer to the ball at the La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee (DPR) meeting on June 19 at the Rec Center. Coston seeks a Substantial Conformance Review for a 5,000-square-foot...
At its June 20 meeting at the Rec Center, the La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board recommended a two-hour parking limit, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, for the northbound section of La Jolla Scenic Drive North between Scenic Place and Sugarman Drive. Resident Carol Hernstad championed...