The Cabrillo Pavilion restaurant has a new operator: La Sirena and the folks from the Beachcomber at Crystal Cove are out; taking their place is a growing chain from Orange County.
Noteworthy new listings include a Campanil house with a dedicated whiskey room; two estates with bird’s-eye views above Montecito; turnkey on the Riviera; former hotel two blocks from the beach in Carp; mixed-use building on E. Canon Perdido; 1884 Victorian mansion carved into apartments; and many more.
••• Only $1.6 million more needed to save the San Marcos Foothills.
••• Construction on the 101’s Montecito segment to start in fall of 2022.
••• Bellosguardo Foundation starts talking about tours (above).
••• Hotel Santa Barbara is on the market.
••• Earthquake six miles off the coast.
••• County likely to reach yellow tier right before the tier system is abolished.
••• The Crafter’s Library opens Saturday.
••• Buyers of two big-ticket properties revealed.
••• Anti-cannabis lawsuit tossed out of court.
••• Skeletal remains discovered in Montecito.
••• Local fashion designer Kate McHale Jensen opened a shop here.
••• Peeved at sloppy parking.
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ODDS & ENDS
••• Progress on the red shoe mystery.
••• Santa Barbara’s EF Education First seeks people to host international students for a few weeks this summer.
••• Roger Daltrey is playing the Bowl.
••• Robin Gowen paintings at Sullivan Goss.
••• New resource centers for pet owners who could use assistance.
••• Los Padres National Forest fire restrictions.
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The price people are paying to live here continues to rise: the week’s notable sales include a Golden Quadrangle property that surfed the market like a pro; Riven Rock turnkey; a former DeGeneres house that went for $3 million more than it did three years ago; new-build on Shoreline Drive for $8.85 million; two-bedroom house near Butterfly Beach for $7.3 million; and many more. See what sold—and for how much.
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