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La Jollans strut their stuff at ‘To Dine For’ food and decor event

Nicole Webb and Sarah Gunter relax on Roche-Bobois’s low-profile ‘Bohemian’ modular sofa. Photos by Maurice Hewitt
Nicole Webb and Sarah Gunter relax on Roche-Bobois’s low-profile ‘Bohemian’ modular sofa. Photos by Maurice Hewitt

Sept. 25, 2013 was a night “To Dine For” at the Crosby Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe when 16 top-flight restaurants served up edible delights to go with the luxury settings provided by 16 home décor showrooms and galleries. Among the participants were some of La Jolla’s finest: Roche Bobois, Esteban Interiors, Marso Collection and Tuo Sogno Design on Girard, Hake Kitchen & Bar on Prospect, and the Mediterranean Room at La Valencia Hotel.

Lonnie Burstein Hewitt

Hake Kitchen & Bar’s Sous-Chef Stephen Tien, Partner/Chef Ricardo Dondisch and Kitchen Manager Sherry Zulueca serve rib-eye lettuce wraps.
Hake Kitchen & Bar’s Sous-Chef Stephen Tien, Partner/Chef Ricardo Dondisch and Kitchen Manager Sherry Zulueca serve rib-eye lettuce wraps.
Kylie McGlynn, Erik Skoldberg, Kelley Maher-Neff and William Neff
Kylie McGlynn, Erik Skoldberg, Kelley Maher-Neff and William Neff
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Barrista Tiffany Starr serves up drinks for 'To Dine For' event attendees.
Barrista Tiffany Starr serves up drinks for 'To Dine For' event attendees.
Admiring a candlelit table from Marso Collection are Dulce DeHaven, Liz Tapper, Suzie Helfrich and Renee Aranjo.
Admiring a candlelit table from Marso Collection are Dulce DeHaven, Liz Tapper, Suzie Helfrich and Renee Aranjo.