MONTH IN REVIEW

Here is a snapshot of South Coast food news for June: Lazy Acres at 302 Meigs Road is exploring opening a new local store. Los Agaves has opened a second location at 2911 De La Vina Street. Trattoria Vittoria at 30 E. Victoria Street has launched a new happy hour from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market Association launched a “Farm Friendly Dining” certification program. Max’s Cucina at 3514 State Street introduced corkage-free Wednesdays. Santa Barbara’s Public Market, coming to 34 W. Victoria Street, will be the home of a variety of food businesses including a taqueria, cupcakery, ice cream parlor, pasta shop, butcher shop, seafood store and more. Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. has opened at 137 Anacapa St. San Marcos High School plans to start an entirely new Culinary Program for students this fall. A rumor is circulating that McConnell’s Ice Cream will be opening a location at 728 State Street. A south-western restaurant named Verdé will be opening at 532 State Street. A quick casual Japanese eatery is coming to 3891 State Street, formerly Jack’s Bagels. All India Café at 431 State Street will reopen under new ownership as “Himalaya House,” offering Indian, Nepali and Tibetan cuisine. Little Caesars Pizza opened in Casitas Plaza Shopping Center at 1048 Casitas Pass Road in Carpinteria. American Ale opened at 14 East Cota Street.

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