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When you have a culinary mastermind like Chef Daniel Otto at the helm, you can't expect a menu to sit idle - and when that chef has unlimited access to the finest seasonal ingredients, you can expect new dishes to show off peak ripeness and flavor.
Castaic's Newest Restaurant's Vibe is a Family Pleaser
Just in time to celebrate 22 years in business in the SCV, Wolf Creek Restaurant & Brewing Co. has released their new Brewer's Menu featuring fare with Asian flare! Prepare yourselves for a festival of flavor because these new entrees are going to get your palate dancing.
The service at Marston's Restaurant in Bridgeport Marketplace is as speedy as it is friendly, which is ironically unfortunate when considering the popular SCV spot's new menu selections. These are flavors that you want to take your time with, get to know and share. Thankfully, the staff is used to lingering guests, because you don't want to rush these meals. They're worth savoring.
The Old Town Junction is love, finally requited.
A longtime fan of Chef Daniel Otto, this is the moment - and the restaurant - I've been waiting for. I'm not alone.
WHAT TO ORDER NOW
Gather your favorite holiday goodies - and your favorite people - and celebrate all season with the flavors that bring everyone closer together.
If meat is your love language, get ready to fall headfirst for these protein-packed plates.
Here's the conundrum of the holiday season: There's so much pressure to "Enjoy!" "Connect!" "Celebrate!" - but less time than ever to make that all happen. What to do? In a word: Less. Less cooking, less cleaning, less prepping, less stressing. Sure, that means you need to do more of some things - but those "mores" should be easy and quick. That's where our Dining & Entertainment Guide comes in. Party planning, catering, holiday to-do's, special ways to make memories - they're all here. Grab your phone, make some calls and then spend more time with the people who make it all worth it.
Set Sail with LARC, try a local Fish Fry, enjoy Agatha Christie and more!
Pull on your boots, grab that scarf and size up on that PSL - because fall flavor is here to stay (Until holiday peppermint-stick options hit, of course.).
Whether they're kicking it, tossing it, punting it or dunking it, watching it is most enjoyable when you've got good food, good brews and good people around.
START YOUR ENGINES
Demonstrating its commitment to exceeding customer expectations, Mercedes-Benz of Valencia has been certified in the J.D. Power 2019 Dealer of Excellence Program, which recognizes a select number of vehicle dealerships throughout the United States that provide exceptional customer service.
Our top roadtrips June through August all include beach breezes, adorable towns and the Cali vibe.
Have a taste for the finer things? These SCV finds are totally top shelf.
It's estimated that over 6 million traffic accidents occur in the United States each year, with more than 90 people dying in car accidents daily. With those kinds of statistics, it makes sense that we should do everything we can to reduce our risk of accidents, injury - or worse.
Santa Clarita is known for being safe, having great schools, terrible traffic during road construction on the 5 and... that's about it. And that's ok. We're only a quarter of a century old, after all. But those in the know know that our up-and-coming culture is becoming more cultured by the day. We drive cool cars, listen to opera, revisit theatrical classics and even belong to posh country clubs. It might not be enough to throw shade at, say, Pasadena - but we're on our way.
Sure, the SCV gets a snow day now and again, but it's rarely more than a few pretty little flakes.
For the ultimate in snowball fights, you have to drive. Here are our fave spots for a day of snow play!
ENTERTAINMENT
Inside SCV Magazine picked, Santa approved.
Last-minute Halloween fun - don't miss these family to-do's!
Here's the conundrum of the holiday season: There's so much pressure to "Enjoy!" "Connect!" "Celebrate!" - but less time than ever to make that all happen. What to do? In a word: Less. Less cooking, less cleaning, less prepping, less stressing. Sure, that means you need to do more of some things - but those "mores" should be easy and quick. That's where our Dining & Entertainment Guide comes in. Party planning, catering, holiday to-do's, special ways to make memories - they're all here. Grab your phone, make some calls and then spend more time with the people who make it all worth it.
November's Q & A with Santa Clarita City Manager Ken Striplin
What fun! Don't miss these exciting fall events!
Have a hard time thinking about candy canes, stockings and tree toppers when we're still a month out from Halloween and it's 90 degrees outside? Too bad - at least, if you want to cinch a premium date with a popular venue or caterer for your tinsel-hanging party. Now's the time to make the calls, book the space, then sip confidently on your iced pumpkin-spiced latte.
GET OUT OF TOWN
There's only one watersport in which I can claim basic competence and therefore enjoyment. It's stand-up paddle boarding.
A stark, desolate beauty draws visitors to the Owens Valley. Its rugged isolation and proximity to the soaring granite peaks of the Eastern Sierra promise solitude hard to find elsewhere in California.
A Spectacular Find in our own Backyard
I took what might have sounded like a wishful comment from my wife as a request. "I want to go camping at Jalama," April said in passing at some point last winter.
Given California's size, it seems there are always more roads that lead to undiscovered corners of the state.
Until recently, the western segment of State Route 178 was one of them for me. If it sounds familiar, it's that left turn off State Route 14, past Red Rock on the way to Mammoth, that seemingly leads to nowhere.
When considering weekend get-away destinations, Santa Barbara is tough to beat. Lively bars. Intriguing restaurants. Abundant shopping. Chic hotels. All accented with that worry-free weather. What's not to love, right?
You know that the early-bird gets the worm, but in the case of booking holiday event space, they also tend to get preferred dates. If you've waited until now to plan your personal or corporate gatherings, there are still options - but they're going fast. Here are three of our last-minute faves.
Here's the conundrum of the holiday season: There's so much pressure to "Enjoy!" "Connect!" "Celebrate!" - but less time than ever to make that all happen. What to do? In a word: Less. Less cooking, less cleaning, less prepping, less stressing. Sure, that means you need to do more of some things - but those "mores" should be easy and quick. That's where our Dining & Entertainment Guide comes in. Party planning, catering, holiday to-do's, special ways to make memories - they're all here. Grab your phone, make some calls and then spend more time with the people who make it all worth it.
With 36 percent of all Americans using ride-share services like Uber and Lyft, and a whopping 51 percent of Americans 18 to 29 doing the same, ride-share liability has become an essential conversation in legal circles.
California State Route 126 curls through Heritage Valley, with numerous classic points of interest between Santa Clarita and Ventura County. Between rolling-hill vistas, you can experience a new way to taste the highway's celebrated citrus groves at Bennett's Honey Farm, feed trout at the Fillmore Fish Hatchery, ride a vintage train via Fillmore Western Railway, stop at any of over a dozen roadside fruit stands or learn about early California industrialization at the California Oil Museum. But perhaps your best choice for a treasured escape from it all: The Saticoy Club.
Q & A with Santa Clarita City Manager Ken Striplin
Sometimes, Fido has as much cabin fever as you do. Get everyone out of the house for a date night that's doggy approved.
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